Hotel Maria Barbara
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... of outdoor cafes offering, what else, but tacos and beer. We choose El Tamptico due of the lovely aromas of al pastor lingering in the air. Great choice! So nine tacos and nine beers later, we arrive back to our hotel room eager and ready to explore this great city.
The funny story for our evening was an poor attempt to arrange for a roll away bed to be brought into our room. Somehow I ended up being ...
... person who may have painted it 1700 years ago, I have seen some incredible things on this trip and this is another one on the pile, and a must do if you come to Mexico. One thing I didn't like was the people trying to sell me useless **** every step of the way, I don't care if they are outside in street stalls but half way up a ******* pyramid?!!
But, alas, I have a flight at **** O'Clock in the morning so that is it for Mexico city, Mexico and ...
... only yesterday and because this particular museum only contains a small fraction of artifacts in comparison, we skipped it in favour of our next stop: El Palacio Nacional.
Rather than being a castle for royalty, as the name might suggest, this is really the seat of government in Mexico (although it was a site for royalty in pre-colonial Mexico, so it has always been tied to rulers.) It is a ...
... in 22 municipalities! The last one in 1985 measuring 8.4 killed 6,000 people…..
I love that MC is sensual, physical, sexual… people kiss and touch outwardly showing their love, sometimes to the point of love making… I love that Police ride around on motorcycles without helmets whilst smoking a cigarette!
I hate seeing army trucks loaded with soldiers in the CBD!
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... die the string using natural plants and calcium deposits. We then got a tasting of four different types of alcohol they create in the area before having some lunch. After lunch we went to the ruins. We first were guided through the homes of the religious people (what would be the vicar of an Anglican Church we think) and the to look at some of the pyramids built to honor the sun and the moon. We also walked down the avenue of the dead- thought to be where human sacrifices were ...