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... to not be singled out as a foreigner for the target of sales as would happen in other places in the world! Our tour took us through art galleries with all era of painting, as well as the incredible anthropological museum, which is home to all the "looted" carvings, statues, and other goodies from ancient sites of the entire region. A great start to the trip, and looking forward to what's to ...
... Only in Mexico:
1) On my adventurous day, while waiting for the bus to the ruins, a guy working for the bus company opened a door under the bus and crawled in to do something. Then he shut the door. And then the bus pulled away.
2) On the way to the ruins in Tula, in front of two or three lanes of traffic stopped at an intersection, three people made a human tower. The first man climbed onto the second man's shoulders. Then, an approximately ...
... br> On Sunday part of the main streets were blocked off for cyclists to enjoy.
I was somehow drawn ...
... one we came too. There are police everywhere, most with guns but at least full riot gear and shields. We choose to interpret this as a large show of force to be a deterrent. We didn't explore much as we got in in the late afternoon and were quite tired but did go to dinner at a local taco joint. It was defiantly a local place, we were the only non Mexicans, but really cool. They sat us at a table with a ...
... was the pre-Columbian city-state of Mexico. It is surrounded on three sides by an excavated Aztec17th century church called Templo de Santiago. The main temple of Tlatelolco which is more than 700 years old is a pyramid. A mass grave was discovered in 2009 that contained 49 human skeletons laid down on their backs with their arms crossed and wrapped ...