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The city was founded in 1531 by Franciscan monks. It is both literally and figuratively an important crossroads of Mexican history. Four of the most significant events in Mexico’s history took place here. First, plans for Mexican independence from Spain were hatched here in 1810. Second, in 1848, the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ...
... headed out for La Peña deBernal, one of the largest monoliths in the world, up there with the Rock of Gibraltar, El Capitan and the very well known Devil's Tower It was quite overcast when we left, and we worried that the mountain might be obscured. Indeed it was, when we arrived, so we poked around town for a while. We quickly realized that we had not budgeted ...
... one loud drum, wore noisemakers on their legs, and spun in semi-coordinated unison. It was entertaining. The city is beautiful and green and old (in a good way). Well, at least the part we are in. It's actually the second biggest city in Mexico. We love it. We spent the evening in our hostel writing blogs and watching Breaking Bad (we finally have internet fast enough to watch a show). And of course...we got more Mexican ...
... have some kind of weird composition that makes them sound like bells when you hit them together. Cool. There was also a massive statue of Benito Juárez, the president that took over after Maximillian. The size and location of the statue was set so that he, of indigenous origin, stood higher than anything Maximilliam, of European origin, did.
Just before getting on the bus I met a Mexican girl, Susana, who was also traveling alone. We chatted as ...
... fountain. A great place to come to in the evenings.
The 'La Cruz' market is a 'must' to see and it is only 2 blocks away from our house. We took John and Donna there to see the caged birds at the entrance, probably including poor Canadian cardinals, to pick up some inexpensive movies, and to wander through the labrynth of clothes, meat, fish, vegetables, fruit, seeds, and toys that make up this colourful, noisy and active market.
Dinner was ...