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... find them pretty much in every downtown area.
Some of the most popular Tianguis in Mexico city are:
1) Tianguis cultural El Chopo: this one actually has an official web site!! (http://www.tianguisculturaldelchopo.fr eeiz.com/) This one can be one of the most thrilling or scary experiences ever (ask my mom). Here you can find the ...
... to Gabriel (guide), I likened it to Uluru. Gabriel is obviously a history buff. The only problem is that he provides so much history that I find it overwhelming and can't take it all in, if any at all.
Before heading back to our hotel we stopped for lunch at a tourist restaurant. Having left Mexico City at 8 this morning, we didn't get back to the hotel until well after 3.00pm; making it a long day in the hot sun. The rest of the afternoon was ...
... of a war between two Aztec cities. Today it is the largest archaeological site in Mexico City and was the biggest market of the Aztec empire. It was also where the spanish consummated the conquest of the Aztecs by capturing the last Aztec emperor. This site represents the Three Cultures where the prehispanic, colonial and present of Mexico get together. We then headed to the oldest Catholic Church in Mexico City - built right beside of the temple ruins - using many ...
... find some of my genetic roots, I am still more of a foreigner. Why? I go out in service with sunglasses, a straw hat and a camera in my bag (obvious tourist signs) AND even though I'm all prepared to face the sun, I still get heatstroke and faint in the middle of the sidewalk. That is called "Extreme Witnessing" I probably got a concussion, a twisted ankle and a bruised ego. Oh well, besides that, I'm good and still facing the sun, but with a gatorade in my hand!
... for sure throughout this year. 12 become 5 this morning, as those staying in Mexico City went their separate ways, and now I've just said goodbye to two more... which leaves 3 Southampton students left in Hotel Bristol before we get the taxi to the airport. Re-packing was a nightmare, definitely expecting to pay something for this luggage weight when I get to the airport.
Cancún here I come! AHHHHHH :D