Hotel La Jolla
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... their caps to beg for coins. We also spotted a street performer – these are aptly named for they literally set up their show in the middle of the street, in front of cars stopped at the traffic lights. Twice we saw a bare-chested juggler, torso painted silver, on the top of a high ladder juggling flaming batons, but only until the lights change, at which point he jumps down and scampers out of the way with his ladder and batons! We came ...
... is a restaurant that he eats at often and it is close to his home. It was a cute little restaurant and the food was delicious. I had a mushroom omelette with salsa and beans, papaya and coffee. We went back to his place after breakfast which is an apartment complex with about 30 different buildings. When we arrived Alexandro was there with a few of his university colleagues and his professor. They all appeared very studious but greeted us when we ...
... it seemed very clean, and it had a lot of shops, cafés, stalls and pedestrian areas, as well as a beautiful Zocalo (main plaza) with a HUGE Mexican flag flying in the middle of it. It took us ages to try and find somewhere for dinner and we ended up settling (to my enjoyment) with a Chinese buffet. We were both zombies after a lot of food and little sleep, and finally a night 'con cama' seemed like a dream come true - bed ...
... after its abandonment.
Only 2 square kilometers of the 22 kilometer civilization have been excavated. Teotihuacan was located at the north end of the Texcoco Lake (a huge lake basin now dried up, upon which Mexico City is located). In the low lying hills behind the site, the Toltecs mined obsidian, a black, smooth stone. The obsidian was used for for art, bowls, weapons, massage stones, etc. The obsidian stone was thought ...
... Fire and smoke with offerings of food were displayed along with the traditional screaming and yelling of the dancers. Well represented were rulers, warriors, savages and, of course the Aztec princesses.
Before being accused of getting too close and being offered up as a foreigner for sacrifice, I decided to continue on my adventure of downtown Mexico ...