Hotel Soberano Chihuahua
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... Our final stop was the Catedral Metropolitana, a massive confection of Gothic and Classical architecture. We returned to the hotel to pack and rest as well as sort out travel arrangements for Bruce. His arthritis is not improved by the warm weather and in fact the walking, standing and sitting on a cramped bus are causing him much pain. So he is heading back to Phoenix and will rejoin me in Playa del Carmen. Our final ...
Today we tried Mexican breakfast food vegan style. We headed to a vegetarian restaurant we'd found on Happy Cow called Prema which said it was a fusion of Indian and Mexican cuisine, and that it was!
It turned out they had a bunch of clearly marked vegan options so if anything we had too much choice! We decided to order the vegan tacos and vegan Huevos (eggs) and share both dishes, I know we're so predictable! I ...
... or art.
Now, if I use my words, this is what a Tianguis is for me:
Its a huge stretch of stands selling all kinds of goods, from fresh fruits and vegetables to all kinds of pets and also used clothing and shoes, everything at a seriously competitive price.
Here is where you can find all the boot leg copies of books, games and movies that you want at again, ridiculously cheap prices. A Tianguis smells of everything: food, ...
... streets winding there way up the hill... The view was amazing the lunch delicious.. And then our own shopping till 5pm... A few hours to wonder the village and the browse the silverware... The day turned out a most excellent one... Back in the bus at 5pm for the 5 hour trip home... Recommend anyone to go... Stay a night, there is lots to see, and. One. Back the next day... Our last day in Mexico tomorrow... Off to Cuba Tuesday morn.. Love to all.. ...
... end of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th. Leopoldo Batres did some excavation work at the end of the 19th century under the Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral because at this time, the temple was thought to be there. In the first decades of the 20th ...