Holiday Inn Mexico City-Plaza Universidad
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... 8217;s in a much more ruined state than the Temples at Teo that we visited but it still has some amazing artwork, sculptures and you can see the layers of rebuilding as it was expanded 5+ times during the Aztecs 200yr rule. Again the photos should give you a great insight.
We just had time for a quick stop in the Cathedral that was started in 1524 and had sunk almost 3m before restoration work brought it back 1m. It was pretty ornate and housed the tomb of the ...
... of her life, including her last years. It's now a museum of both Kahlo's artwork, but also the artist as a person; I've known her iconic self portraits since high school art class, but knew little about her life. She moved in arty circles, as well as with key figures of the time, including Leon Trotsky, who lived in the house for two years at the end of the 1930s. Frida passed away in 1954 and the house was turned into a museum in 1958. Whilst there were ...
... day. Inside of the building Diego Rivera's murals are hanging throughout the walls. Diego Rivera's murals are so popular, especially in Mexico, because all of his murals tell Mexico's history in a unique way. The murals had so much detail and they really were extraordinary to look at. Most of his murals took several years for him to make. We then loaded back onto the bus and drove about an hour to Xochimilco. ...
... We even made it to a supermarket to get some fruit and snacks and then communicated with a pharimicisr enough to get replacement malaria tablets (ours went missing in Vegas somewhere and despite the fact that even in Mexico you are meant to have a doctors prescription just as in New Zealand - we did manage to get some regardless. :) Amanda & ...
... I found my way over to the Palacio de Bellas Artes and sat down for awhile to enjoy a Spanish singing group that was wowing the crowd. They were part singers and musicians, comedians and acrobats, dancers and they also spent a good part of their show flirting with the young ladies.
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