Hotel Fortin Plaza
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... and since discovered and in some parts reconstructed.
It is incredibly well presented, and set the bar very high for other ruins. Our guide was knowledgeable and we enjoyed learning about the civilization that lived there, but it was very tiring hearing him switch constantly between English and Spanish (we were the only none Spanish speakers), sometimes even mid sentence so your brain had to play catch up of when to tune in and when to tune ...
... side for conversion ceremonies. Regardless of the original intent, the courtyards served as great venues for community marketplaces.
The Dominicans arrived in 1529 and quickly erected a series of churches. Just as quickly, severe earthquakes brought them down. Over time they learned to build churches with thick walls and massive buttresses. The style is called Oaxacan Baroque or Earthquake Baroque because of the ...
... some Squirt (like Sprite) and I had some chicken (pollo) with chips that were crinkly. Dads comments - Cobbled streets. Warm rain. Hillside suburbs like Dunedin. Colourful pastel Spanish houses. Compact town centre. Sun hotter than Queenstown summer sun. Cheap Mezcal derived from agave plant quenches the thirst. Real blog by Mum - The flight from Mexico City was not as bad as the Ninos seem to think it was! It was interesting arriving later at night ...
... I’ve visited on the entire trip… Apparently in Veracruz, the Anthropology museum is one of the best things to see in the entire state – to me that tells you how **** the Veracruz province is. There are a few decent ones out there, but I can probably count them on one hand – the rest of the time I’m just keeping my eye out for stupid stuff. Not a lot funny about preserving crumbling rocks though…
Made my way back down to the city, where ...
... was very informative.
This holy city of the ancient Zapotecs is located 400 metres above the Oaxaca valley. ...