Casa Inn Mexico City
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... me too!) Chapultepec Castle (Spanish: Castillo de Chapultepec) is located on top of Chapultepec Hill. The name Chapultepecstems from the Náhuatl word ch apoltepēc which means "at the grasshopper's hill". It is located in the middle ofChapultepec Park in Mexico City at a height of 2,325 ...
... some country road to these ruins? Not really something I wanted to do. I considered how I'd feel if I turned around and headed right back to Mexico City. Not too bad, really, as I didn't have a good feeling about walking along a random road by myself. I asked another person and another option was to take a taxi, which would drop me off at the museum door, and I was told that taxis drive by there often so I'd have no problem getting one back. So, I ...
So we haven't been posting much about life in Mexico City because it honestly has been so normal compared with our previous life in Uganda. We are enjoying the great weather, beautiful parks, and ability to just wander around on the weekends.
We are walking hours and hours on ...
... people going in at that time so we just went around three sides of the palace. I knew roughly where there was the famous statue of the eagle killing the snake while sitting atop a cactus [the premonition upon which the Aztecs acted to found what became the heart of the present city]. A brand new statue had been done since last year, very close to the palace.
Jim wanted an early dinner so I tried my hand at remembering where a ...
... on a ruin in the middle of town called Templo Mayor. So I decided to go in nd have a look. It was very interesting. It was built by the Mayan ruler However when the Spanish came they ordered it to be destroyed. I was able to hire an audio tape in English which explained each part within the ruin. Where the sacrifices took place etc. Then I visited the museum which had a lot of Mayan sculptures etc. which were excavated from the ruin. It was all very ...