Meson del Alferez Coatepec
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... audio guide in English was available.
The building swoops down a hillside moving you down from the earlest history to the last stages of pre-Hispanic development. And many of the artefacts are breathaking in their beauty, in the miracle of their preservation (life-size pottery models of gods etc) and in the excellence of the preservation.
So that's it for this posting - a museum to be celebrated and lots of photos of exhibits.
Got a bus to Xalapa and decided to stay there than going to Coapetec. Lots more hotels in Xalapa. Got a room @ Hotel Limon. Very nice hotel with all mosaics works but rooms are very small. The price is good for what you get @ 180M. Once settled down, head out to the Coatepec where the coffee of the Veracruz comes from! The bus leaves from the Mercado los Sauces for ...
... he does reside and how he gets the the falls which is a good hours walk from the town itself. The waterfall was beautiful and I was lucky enough to be the only visitor at that time of the day (besides Manuel, of course). The waterfall is most famous for its star role in the 1984 film 'Romancing the Stone' and you can catch a taxi from town or walk.
I am at La cascada de Texolo which is located in the small town of Xico. Originally I came to Xico to see the waterfall ...
Not much to say, we drove through Xico to get to Ecatepec. It was a nice little town with cobblestone roads. I don't remember if we ate here or not. But I absolutely loved the colourful buildings along the hills with the green trees. It was really beautiful.
... and nature of the ritual we were about to undergo with us, she then smudged us with copal as a type of spiritual cleansing before we entered the temazcal.
The temazcal is traditionally a dome shaped structure made of mud and other local natural materials. Once inside participants sit in a circle facing the hearth in the middle of the structure. The water pourer enters last and the temezcal is sealed from the outside sealing out light ...