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... by our friend Mario. I had a cold chocolate drink and Mark had a coffee. From Coyoacan, we went to the Zocalo, or el centro, and then went to visit two known market. The first one was mercado de Sonora, which is known for its items related to magic and witchcraft (magic powders, candles, voodoo dolls, etc.) It was interesting and very, very small and crowded. We then went to the mercado Merced, which is another market, but sold everything from clothing ...
... can't even imagine how lavish they must be on the inside. The style of the houses is such that there is a central courtyard or garden open to the elements. Just stunning. Historically the city was built on a canal system, but when the Spaniards arrived, they decided to fill the waterways with landfill. As a result, the city is continuously sinking, and many of the old buildings are crooked. This is most evident in the historic city ...
... t have my suitcase and was starting to wonder if it was permanently lost. My biggest concern there was that my school books were in it and there wasn't much time to reorder the books. . .
The next morning I was woken up by a phone call. It was the airport and my bag would be arriving that day. Thank God! With that worry off my mind, we headed down to the lobby. Through the hotel we booked a tour of a few spots in Mexico City and, ...
... structures I've seen, and the nearby VIP cinema, where we watched The Monuments Men while eating popcorn and drinking amaretto. A unique combo I've never tried before. We finished with some shopping in one of the major malls. Now that I'm back, I've told all my colleagues about how positively surprised I was with the city. I believe at least a few of them will take the time to fly there. It's two hours from Cancun, but definitely worth ...
... right hand side of the church. Built from 1749 to 1760 and still in use today. It's style is from the Baroque period.
Out on the Plaza de la Constitucion was an Aztec celebration in full swing. Complete with music, singing, praying, costumes and of course the dancing. At least 200 Aztec dancers were joined together to commemorate some important date on the Aztec ...