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I'd originally toyed with staying overnight at Teotihuacan, getting to the pyramids first thing in the morning and spending the whole day there, but decided to take the trip from the hostal in the end.
Our 9am pick arrived at 9.30. First we went to the Cultural Centre to see the remains of the pyramids in Mexico City - destroyed the conquistadors. OK, we'd probably never found them ourselves.
Next we went to the Virgin of Guadalupe complex, where there are ...
... We hadn't been to a capital city in Central America since Panama City, except in passing. We were quite looking forward to a bit of city time.
Mexico City lies at about 2100 metres, so we were back to altitude. Despite the altitude, there were still loads of mosquitos around. The weather was warm but not the sweating heat of the rest of Mexico, so this was a refreshing change.
Before exiting the terminal, we decided to ask different ...
There's so much to see in the Centro Histórico that we had to spread it out over several visits.
We began with the Ex Teresa Arte Actual on Calle Licenciado Verdad, a squinty church which now houses modern art. Because Mexico City was built on a swamp they've got a slight subsidence problem most notable in the Ex Teresa which is sinking so dramatically that as you step over the threshold it's hard not to stagger straight into ...
Definitely there is more information out there and much better documented than mine...
Nevertheless, in the end, a Tianguis is part of what Mexico is and I am Mexican and, what ever happens or doesn't´t affects me, all Mexicans, our identity, traditions, etc.
We are a complex country, a complex society but, no one can argue that we are totally exciting and interesting!!!
When you come to Mexico DO visit a Tianguis... you will LOVE IT!
... discovered this when our taxi driver ran a red light in front of a police car and then proceeded to reverse back through the intersection to ask the police for directions. Don Gay - a proudly gay Mexican tequila features a Colin Firth look-a-like on their labels. Also the worlds first drinkable art, read more here: http://sosogay.co.uk/2015/don-julio-teq uila-drinkable-art-events/ ❌ ...