Hostal B&B Dos Fridas y Diego
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... These words that I've struggled to pronounce are not in Spanish but a native Mexican language.) However, about 5 minutes into our 20 minute walk, it started to rain pretty hard so we decided to turn around. It'd rained most nights we had been here so far, and this one included strong winds (we saw a tree that had been knocked down over a side street near our hotel). So, pretty wet, we arrived back at our hotel where we had a quiet late ...
... of the central districts, together with a friend of Joselo. The second day we spent some time in Joselos old neighbourhood. This was a very bohemian area, and the voice on the tour bus told us that the architecture was inspired by European cities. Personally, I was thinking Paris. I was also surprised at how green the city was, with trees in every street and parks around ever corner. We also had a visit to the Soumaya musem, one of ...
... the Pyramid of the Sun.
The Pyramid of the Sun is over 200 feet high and has a footprint of over 500,000 square feet. There is a stairway that leads to the top that I climbed and it was amazing. You can see for miles and get a true idea of how big the site actually is. The Avenue of the Dead streches almost as long as you can see. The Pyramid of the Sun is the third largest Pyramid in the world only behind two of the Pyramids in Egypt.
After that we went ...
... to learn both their life stories, their relationship with Leon Trotsky, the Russian communist, Picasso, and other twentieth century intellectuals. The kids really enjoyed Kahlo's bright, graphic art. She led a very compelling and tragic life. We enjoyed it and see why La Casa Azul is one of the most visited museums in Mexico City.
Coyocan is a very old section of town. It dates back before the Spanish conquest. ...
... In its place is a public space, memorial to the earthquake and this smallish museum. The mural was amazing and Alvaro detailedly explained a lot about Mexican history and culture from this one piece. I was very interested. The tour had started out well.
We then visited Belle de Artes for more paintings, the grand post office which supposedly is a copy of the Palazzo Ducale in Venice and then Zocalo, ...