La Hacienda de la Langosta Roja
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... Francisco suggested a walk on Hamburgo street. He pointed out a sculpture, Diana, of a naked woman with a bow whom Francisco knew as a teenager. The arrow points north even after it has been moved from its original location. Her name is Helvia Martinez. I saw smaller replicas of that statue at other places for sale.
I cannot believe it! I am on holidays!
I left Toluca; spending the day in this Mexico City and around is a nice way to say goodbye.
In 5 hours, just before going to the airport, I got to do quite a lot of sightseeing!
A slight handycap is that I had Buffalo Wings for dinner and I could not help it, eating all of them. So it took a while to be able to sleep and I am not so fresh. But the excitement compensates, as it ...
... oaxaca cheese. Always fresh corn masa, the difference is immense and to call a store bought flour tortilla with cheddar cheese a quesadilla is just wrong! A flour tortilla and cheese is called "a la gringa" and is popular with a wide variety of taco meats from al pastor to alambre de res. Needless to say I've been pleasantly surprised by the Mexican cuisine. From the range of ingredients used to the amount of technique that goes into preparing even the ...
... 8217;t work, please know that you are on our mind.
So, now that we have that off of our chests, we can stop feeling guilty and get ready to start SEASON THREE of the GATO GO SAILING ADVENTURE, right?
Season 3 began in preparation of not being back to some of our simple pleasures for quite some time. In order to get the most pleasure we decided to hit Costco with our friend Muriel. Craig loaded up the cart and Bruce kept on ...
... travelling), and have had to rely on public transport, along with all the waiting at bus stops, in tube stations and of course the miles of walking in between (my poor arches, and poor Colin with “his mother's feet”…) it is a good job we have nearly two weeks to dedicate to Mexico City.
Although we had originally planned to spend our middle weekend exploring parts of the Mexican countryside that regular tourists don’t usually ...