City Suites Anzures
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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So yo its off to Mexico Safe trip to the airport, no dramas. Checked in. Obligitory duty free stroll, lookin fancy buyin nothin QF 93 live and direct MEL -LAX.....A380 , one of those big boys. Yeah buddy. Likely types waiting to board, a couple of shoeless hippies, many old folk proud to wear their nationality on their hat, some young chickes wering next to nothing but their green hiar, and what looked like a professional ...
... We then took a detour over a mountain with hairpin bends and extremely steep inclines which overheated poor Betsy so we had to keep stopping to cool down. At one point we had to get out to lighten the load and it was pouring with rain. It all made for another Dragoman adventure. We arrived at Oawaca late and tired but ready for another ruin visit at Monte Alba the next day. A brilliant site where the Mayan flattened the top of ...
... day a new reform had just been passed, and the president was there, so it was impossible to Enter the Palacio National of the ruins of a Mayan site they had started to excavate from underneath the cathedral. Nonetheless, i went in the cathedral, and then to the secretario de educacion publica which has over 100 Diego Rivera murales painted around its walls. The metro on the way back was filled with people selling everything from sweets and DVDs to gloves and headphones, ...
... It was constructed over the abandoned structure of what was the Palacio Legislativo (Legislative Palace). Its construction began in 1910. This 67-meter monument has two ...
... s pre-Hispanic Indian cultures, mainly the Mayan and Aztec. Rivera (as known as "the frog face" for his unusual physical appearance) was a huge collector of Mayan artifacts and had this museum constructed to glorify the past. The museum is in the shape of "teocalli" which means "house of energy" and each corner of the museum is dedicated to earth, wind, water and fire. The museum resembles the same building ...