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... path were lined with stalls. Things were pretty calm that day and so I was usually the only person passing through the stalls. One section really made me smile and laugh and I thought, this must be what it's like to be famous. Approaching the stalls I could see everything was quiet, but as soon as I entered the area, everyone began talking (to me), one guy started playing some little flute thing (I'm assuming he was selling them), and they all just ...
... share his socialist political views I do respect his work. He put a lot of himself in his work that shows his passion for Mexico.
While the palace is now mostly a museum and not the seat of government it is used for ceremonial purposes such as welcoming ambassadors and national celebrations. There is a balcony that overhangs the street and can be viewed by ...
... you are hundreds to thousands of years old is pretty impressive. We have decided the Aztecs liked steep steps- as they are all pretty intense to you up and down. We then also discovered that Sunday Mexicans get In free- so the site was rather busy and that Mexicans do not tend to buy anything from the street marketers trying to sell everything from jewellery to whistles to big plaques. We were constantly being hounded at the Teotihuacan temples to buy something. :) Amanda & ...
... go there but I've got to admit I really enjoyed it too, I'm not a big art buff and wasn't sure if I'd like it, but it was pretty cool. The first few rooms were all just their paintings and drawings with quotes on the walls, some paintings were unfinished, but it was nice that they had all the information in English as well as Spanish so we knew what we were looking at or reading. After the first rooms you start to get into the living areas of the ...
Today we visited Polanco for lunch today. The area is similar to Condessa, another upmarket area with great restaurants however with more luxury high end shops such as LV, Gucci etc. Most of the wealthiest Mexicans hang out here. You can definitely feel it by just walking around - the nice houses, cars and way people dress and look is so different from other areas. Many ...
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