Meson Del Rey Hotel S.a. De C.v.
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... br> The next morning we started our day well with a hearty breakfast of eggs, beans, bread and salsa, free on the hostel. Today we spent the day walking around the city and enjoying some street food and tajate, a pre hispanic drink of maize and cocoa. We walked around the markets taking in all the colours and smells. It is a well kept, beautiful city with a relaxed feel to it. For dinner we headed into town for more street food ( corn on the ...
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Although frequently overlooked in favor of more extensive ruins at Mitla and Monte Alban, the ruins at Yagul are more pastoral (and therefore more similar to its original setting) and much less overrun with tourists.
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... interesting, and has a painting valued at $5,000,000!! There were also pieces of stone on the church that had Zapotec idols on it, showing signs of the older culture. Also, all throughout the church, were hidden idols of their people. They agreed to become Christians when the Spaniards came, but were really worshipping their own hidden gods within the church. After the church, we couldn't return to the city because the streets ...
... what you’re saying. But this mouse isn’t a real mouse. It’s a magical mouse that would never hurt a thing.”
Early the next morning, Micah ran up the stairs to our bedroom with a ten peso coin and a note in his hand. The note read, “Felicidades, Micah!” Signed, “El Raton de Dientes”. His one-less-tooth-filled smile was beaming.
A week later, it was Zola’s turn to be in ...
... the festive atmosphere. In the dark, Gaby went to meet her family at her nephew’s grave; she planned to be there until 4am spending time with his spirit, his memory. We headed back to our car. Many Mexicans would be up all night. We were in bed by ten, listening to the loud booms of fireworks as we fell asleep.
Our final Dia de los Muertos stop was the San Felipe del Agua cemetery. San Felipe is the neighborhood in which we ...