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... on the continent. It's stunning inside with multiple chapels, alters and organs. It is said that where you find a cathedral in Mexico, you'll find a pyramid. Here, it's one of the oldest and most important Aztec sights in Mexico, Templo Mayor. This pyramid was deconstructed to build the cathedral in the 1500s to show dominance of faith over the indians. Its story is ancient, full of symbolism, and extremely violent. Even ...
... normal; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.66px;">I knew that once I had exited the station I had to head north. Remembered that the phone had some apps so I decided to use the compass and map. I found the monument and to my surprise it was an extremely tall modern finger pointing skywards. I had expected a monument of an old Mexican leader or war hero. My gut feeling was ...
... hours in the city we were hoping to catch-up with our good friends for lunch but with a few teachers strikes disrupting the city meant leaving the airport was not advised. I still managed to find Chilaquiles (that makes five breakfasts in a row!)
Our plane leaves in two hours. We're finally Brisbane bound and thus ends our epic trip. The conclusion of one adventure and on to the next. We're pretty excited about heading home and catching up ...
... is know for serving the marvelous beverage. It was three floors packed by the city faithful, plus another roof area, where we had to stand around underneath an awning, sheltering from the unusually continuous rain that has been falling this summer, till we managed to get a small table. On our way down the dance floors had started to come alive. Salsa downstairs, and techno/electronic upstairs.
... the corner where we found a laundry. The man weighed our clothes charged us 50 pesos (a little over $4) and told us mañana (tomorrow), so without a receipt or any way of knowing which clothes were ours, we paid and left our clothes with the man in hopes he knows who we are the next day. We went for a walk to have a look around and soon realised we were walking into a bad neighbourhood, most people in Mexico are not that friendly ...
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