Hotel Del Prado
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... is not all about sorrow, for there is candy,
in the shape of skull which people can eat, the reason which
children would bounce off the walls from being hyper and full of sugar
Day of the Dead is ...
... the major Aztec temples were destroyed or covered up to make room for the buildings of New Spain. But in the 1970s, after years of hemming and hawing over the exact location of the old temples, an electric company excavating for a new power line discovered pre-Hispanic ruins; further archaeological excavation revealed temples dedicated to the god of war, Huitzilopochtli, and the god of rain, Tlaloc; the ...
... it just to realize actually the extent to how big this site was. It probably takes 5 minutes to climb to the top and it is quite intense. It can be tiring, but the view is worth it at the top. It is a shame that these pyramids are not marketed like the ones in Egypt. So many people in America probably have never even heard of these and they are a really incredible site.
I sure hope to come back to Mexico in the near future.
... time you do a tequila shot, is to put salt on the lime, bite the lime and keep it in your mouth then take the tequila shot with the lime still in your mouth to mix with the tequila. Much better than the usual way although by the end Emily was taking the shots the Mexican way - ie. straight - without lime or salt. The wrestling was a bit of fun, it's obviously all fake, like WWE but it was entertaining. The profanities being spoken by the crowd were ...
... a family that had just paid a band to play, they started dancing in the street and before long, others had joined in too – what a great way to start a party.
Even a few blocks down the street there were mariachi bands in the roads trying to flag cars down to stop them so they could play a song to them. Just madness everywhere!
Saturday Markets – El Bar Sabado
We visited the ...