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... of the city) through Polanco and to the area around Chapultepec Park, which is where the museum is situated.
And what a museum it is! For about $5 Canadian, you have access to the entire permanent collection which encompasses the native cultures of a number of different regions in Mexico, but the museum is so big we only really spent time in the Mayan and Aztec sections. The Aztecs were the ones that lived in the area that ...
... to find a trash can anywhere
- you cannot buy alcohol in a supermarket after 11:30pm
- there are kissing couples everywhere on the streets
- it's soooo cheap! ;)
- everyone can dance salsa, cumbia, Rock'n'Roll, etc.
Teotihuacán, "City of Gods", is the first Mesoamerican city and one of the most important prehispanic sites of the country. It's an Aztec city built in 250 BC which experienced its fall in 700 ...
... and really frustrated by the end of the day as this was something we were really looking forward to and it didn't work out the way we'd hoped despite all our efforts/ days of gathering information. I think our highlight of Mexico City was visiting Colyacan, a lovely little town only 30 mins out of the centre. It had great markets and a chocolate festival when we were there! We had wanted to visit a couple of other sites while we were in Mexico ...
It was great to go and experience for the night. People were shouting and going crazy at the wrestlers. It was more of a show than anything though – like WWF – they don’t really hurt each other! Food & beer was being brought around to you so you didn’t have to get up. Outside you could buy souvenirs of your favourite wrestlers mask.
In this ...
... architecture. Either way it was also lovely, and really fun to wander around with because we wandered around with a couple of girls from the embassy who had never been their either so it was fun to all be tourists together. I bought a gorgeous woven table runner there, and we saw a neat old aquaduct too.
Last stop was Mexico City. One day of our fair there sucked, but the other one was awesome. I had some amazing steak out one night with a big group of recruiters, which ...