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... I honestly have no idea what they're talking about. It goes up to the mid-20s during the day, and feels hotter in the sun. In the evenings it's been dropping down to a balmy mid teens. I've been hot since I got here, and Mexico City is meant to be the coldest of the stops. I'm very glad that I didn't come in summer; I probably would've melted on the spot. And I've got way too much warm clothing taking up space in my bag. Oh well.)
The giant square is surrounded by ...
... Cafe con leche, fountains, puppy dogs and fixies all around. Oh the serenity. strolled up to the museums, through the smog and busses and street vendors. Fresh fruit cup with chilli and lime in hand. The Museo de Antropologia was amazing, huge in structure and absolutely crammed with artefacts and ancient ancient ancient history for each and every region. I realised then that i am going to miss so much of what this place has to offer to a tourist, ...
... floor apartment compounds built to accommodate this large population. The civilization and cultural complex associated with the site is also referred to as Teotihuacan or Teotihuacano.
Although it is a subject of debate whether Teotihuacan was the center of a state empire, its influence throughout Mesoamerica is ...
... D.C. to Mexico City took less than 5 hours in the air. It was an incredibly easy trip compared to the almost 28+ hours of travel it took us to get back to the U.S. from Uganda.
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Our last few days in Mexico were spent in Tio Paco's house in Mexico City. Tio Paco and Tia Lupita were away so we were there with Pedro (their son). Pedro was kind enough to not only put up with us for the week but also take the time to show us around the Zona Rosa and the Zocolo (downtown) and take us to a Lucha Libre match. Lucha Libre is a fun "sport" in which actors dress up in gaudy wrestling outfits assuming names like "El Terror" and "El ...
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Eje Norponiente Manuel J Clouthier 803, Celaya | 2 star hotelfrom $75
Carretera Panamericana Km 5, Celaya | 3 star hotelfrom $88
Carretera Celaya Villagran km 5.8, Celaya | 3 star hotelfrom $54
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