La Casita Del Patio Verde
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... to get from Xela to Tapachula, Mexico.
We'll definitely remember our time in Belize fondly. We didn't know a whole lot about the country before we got there and now we can totally understand why tourism is up significantly this year and why lots of North Americans are flocking to live in Belize. Our ...
... on the bus. Wow what fun in a city of 26 million people, the smog hovers over the city to the sound of cars and horns. Fireworks in the street with the police not even concerned. Well off to dinner and hope can steer nick away from the gay area again. Maybe get the turibus with open top to see the city at night.
ok just saw the news and it was a volcano with small plumes. Mexicans didn,t even hear ...
... die the string using natural plants and calcium deposits. We then got a tasting of four different types of alcohol they create in the area before having some lunch. After lunch we went to the ruins. We first were guided through the homes of the religious people (what would be the vicar of an Anglican Church we think) and the to look at some of the pyramids built to honor the sun and the moon. We also walked down the avenue of the dead- thought to be where human sacrifices were ...
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Zocalo is the main plaza in the heart of the historic center of Mexico City. The name "zocalo" is also used to refer to main town centers for many cities throughout Mexico. The Zocalo in Mexico City has been used as a gathering place ...
... walked down the popular streets in this area. the first one I walked down was Avenida 5 de Mayo. The street was hopping. I don't recall there being any restaurants, but it was just a busy pedestrian street. The next street I walked down was Calle Madero. This street had all kinds of local shops and global brand name shops. Like Avenida 5 de Mayo, Calle Madero was busy! I then walked to Museo Nacional de Arquitectura (Architecture Museum). I didn't go inside but ...