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Travel Blogs from Mexico City
... was a good thing. We made our way to the Bellas Artes metro station (which, interestingly enough, has an entrance decorated with those recognizable Parisian Metro standards, which were donated by the City of Paris! It was cool to see that again...)
It was hot, sweaty, and a long subway/bus ride home again, but the sky clouded over and I had a nice nap that led to a beautiful thundershower by the time ...
I know that babies need toys but somehow Paloma has ended up with more books than anything else. The teacher and book lover in me just can't help it. The wishlist of books never ends.
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... would illegally sell anything from staplers to Louis Vuitton bags on there white sheets so they can make a quick get away. We found that only one type of police would and could arrest these tax dodgers. Even funnier is that all the other types of police officers buy some of these items. We saw a police raid where a few sellers were caught only to be freed by 10 to 15 of their friends fighting off the police. The police seemed to have very little ...
... ruins of the Riviera Maya, then moved on to the green mountains of San Cristobal and the rich Chiapan culture, next we jumped into the heat and crowds of the city and the beautiful Oaxacan countryside, and then finished in the bustling metropolis of Mexico City. We haven't seen it all but we've seen enough for now and are ready to start our European travels. As Frida Kahlo said in her watermelon painting,
Viva La Vida!
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It's been a full day and dinner awaits us at Casa Gonzales. We enjoy another good meal in the cozy dining room as thundershowers pass overhead. We'll see you tomorrow at Teotihuacan, the ancient pyramids 45 km NE of the city.
Naomi and Andrew