Fiesta Inn Tlalnepantla
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... restaurants, and is the sort of stretch where you don't want to stand for too long because you'll be approached by rival touts competing for your attention.
We actually did go upstairs to one of the restaurants near the top for a drink and a panoramic view over the square. It's so colourful when viewed from above -- not just the buildings and decorations, but even the people, all dressed in bright colours and walking around enjoying the day. I love how vivid everything ...
... by Enrique Olvera, Los Panchos......Carnitas tacos a go go...best in town was the call. did not disappoint. Basically a whole pig in a window display being picked at by 'The vulture' ( the guy taking orders), pulling out all the bits you point at. I think i got some soft skin, some belly and some head meat all garnished with chicharron, onion, coriander and salsa roja. Back to the hotel through the bikes and busses and a crowd of chicas ...
... a multi-ethnic state.
The site covers a total surface area of 83 square kilometres / 32 sq mi and was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. It is the most visited archaeological site in Mexico. Thanks Mr Wikipedia.
Birth place of the gods. Fierce warriors aim in battle capture opposition for human ...
... apartment and share pictures of the beautiful neighborhood that will be home for the next 2 years.
Although we aren't in the "Beverly Hills" of Mexico City where our apartment is located, we are in a great downtown area. We have blocks and blocks of restaurants and shopping areas in ...
... the grand mural Rivera had painted detailing Mexico's history.
Henri, Rubi and Gerardo took an excursion out of the city to the ruins of Teotihuacan. We payed to park in someone's field a few minutes away from the entrance because they told us that there was no more parking at the gates. When we got in we realized there was plenty of free parking spots. Oops.
Once we were inside the archaeological zone we hurried down the ...