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... the gods) at the summit. The innermost visible part of the temple (the second temple) gives you a good idea of what the tops of the temples might have looked like. The first temple built on the site is below the city's water table. As such, there are currently no plans to do any serious exploration work on it. Walking around the temple's auxiliary buildings, we saw an ornate area designed for military ceremonies. You could see some of the colour here; Aztec temples were not ...
Mexico city. Really big. Lots to do. We can't talk about it all (Katie's house, blue house, salad, templo mayor, out out, football hangover, shopping, unam, archaeology, teotihuacan, tall tower, photo exhibition, lucha libre, breakfast, gay bar, Xochimilco, dinner in Coyoacan, sorting out our lives) so we'll give a few select highlights:
Hilarious highlight #1: The night we cannot remember or forget
We made the most of being in the flat alone...so made a ...
... a explored downtown Mexico City. It was packed full of people. They must love shoes as every second shop was a shoe shop! Just a comparison - we bought 2 packets of chips and a coke from 7/11 and it cost us a grand total of $2.70. It was a long day but the experience was awesome. Hector was wonderful! We are now at the room resting before dinner :) We fly out to LA tomorrow! Will update then!! Adios ...
... lost too” but he rebukes with “but football isn’t your national sport”, good point, enough said.
Dinner was back at our fave spot El Cuatro20 and the staff are getting to know us and wish us hola or wave as they pass our table. The owner even came over and personally said he saw us come in and we are welcome. We love the staff here. We share the fried fish and rice and salad. I was content but Hinesh needed one more taco to fill up. Later we see ...
... boats, rafted together, with mariachis and parties in full sway. It was charming. All the boats are powered by men, pushing on poles, working hard. We saw a couple of large white herons, one of which was being stalked by a bird. Lining the waterways were many nurseries, one that specialized in carnivorous plants. At the end of the trip, we bought more tacos at a different stall (they weren’t ...
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Tabacalera, Mexico City | 3 star hotelfrom $89
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