Camino Real Pedregal
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... again appeared to the Indian and told him to pick some flowers and wrap them in his scarf and take them to the bishop.
when the Indian unwrapped his scarf there was a perfect image of the Virgin on his scarf. This scarf is now hanging in a frame above the altar. Jeff was very impressed#'$@.
We then set off to climb the third biggest pyramid in the world at Teotihuacan. Climbed the pyramid ...
... have a political and/or patriotic theme. A couple show Mexico's journey from a feudal-style system to the more democratic arrangement of today. One tumultuous ceiling mural depicted the legendary cadet wrapped in the green, white and red of Mexico, falling. The handsome space inside the castle was beautifully maintained. The castle houses hundreds, if not thousands, of paintings. The views across the city from upstairs in the castle were great. There ...
Breakfast had more unusual offerings – spicy chicken casserole and hot vegies - potato with spinach and bacon. Salad in a glass. It was a warm thongs and tshirt day. We met some young guns in reception, incl Christopher, Tom Wall, Raph, Ollie O’S, Tom & Matt Hill, Charlie Burfitt, to explore the city on foot. Despite the hype around murder rates, it feels very safe here. Police and security guards are everywhere, with impressive ...
... for warriors; and detailed the precise nesting architecture of the Aztec pyramid construction, which you can read about in the link above. It was remarkable to walk amongst these ruins, to see paint on the walls, and to watch current archaeologists carefully continuing the work from 40 years or more ago. Admission to the Templo Mayor museum was included in the price, but since we had been to the ...
... was a great place to stay with awesome breakfast and nice people. We mostly walked around in downtown Mexico city, which is huge with 22 million people living there. Mexico City is full of Museums so we checked out a few, with the Museum of anthropolgy being the biggest and best one. Great exhibits about all different indigenious groups in Mexico but unfortunately mostly in spanish. We really have to work on our spanish. Another day we ...