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... as a hub in the silver trade for many years before being discovered by a variety of artisans and others after WW2.
The town is situated at approx 6500' and has a delightful climate all year round, by all accounts and we could have styed here much longer than we did.
After we tore ourselves away from this delightful friendly place we headed south stopping at Tepotzotlan, about 40km north of the centre of Mexico City and as close as we were going ...
On the way back to our "old" place we passed by a neighbourhood market where we had a very delicious taco and a soup for breakfast, and of course a cup of fresh orange juice!
Back home we used the time to facetime with some friends, Simon and Sara, Dominique and Cynthia and later with Sandro and Luca! It was great to hear them all and talk fun things! :-)
Then we packed our stuff and moved in the new appartment. Later ...
... like Blockbuster, Radio Shack, and Chili's. But what this city has that is lacking in the desert lands of LA is greenery! Many of the streets are boulevards lined with pretty walkways, trees and shrubbery, and every couple of blocks there is a park. Beautifully designed parks that smell like the forests of my hometown after a heavy rain. The tranquility of the parks truly make you feel that you're not in a giant city of 23 million ...
... the height of it and wanted to stay away from the edge! Today we walked to Alameda Cental which is a lovely big park. They close off parts of the roads around this area on Sundays so people can ride bikes, run and walk on what are usually busy roads. We visited the Palacio de Bellas Artes a beautiful art nouveau building in white marble where you can see various performances. It is also home to some murals by famed Mexican artists. The most famous is Diego Rivera's ...
... 90km from Rio and one some 240km away. He had quoted on the 90km journey so the price doubled when he realised that we wanted to go to Angra dos Reis. However, he got us there in time for our ferry, despite constantly answering and using two separate mobile phones and playing with his translator and sat nav machines throughout the journey. All this, of course, whilst driving at over 70 mph. However, Mr Carlos is infinitely a better driver ...