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... enormous park downtown to a real-life historical castle, Chapultepec. It is on top of a hill overlooking the whole city. Fran's great-grandpa made the cricket sculpture in the garden - turns out he was quite the artist. After getting our fill of castle, we went to a hipster market to get our fill of tacos, champagne, and Mezcal. We then went to a friend (Lulu)'s bakery for chocolate croissants, and Fran's dads restaurant. That night we went to the mall. The next morning we ...
... fishermen's beach, Playa de Los Lobos, and we watched boats come in with their booty of dorato and rays they sold to locals waiting on the beach. Guts were fed to hungry pelicans. We ate some of the best beans and guac anywhere, chased with margs made with OJ. And of course we watched the Broncos dominate the Chargers at Shut Up Frank's next to a table full of surf camp guys from Silverthorne. A dreamy place.
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... to the downfall of a civilization that had lasted near a millennium. There is evidence that climate was shifting, that the groundwater table was lowering, and this probably meant that harvests were poor. Other theories look at the amount of plaster that would be required to cover all of the pyramids and other elite buildings was tremendous … and that amount of plaster requires vast quantities of lime, which requires vast quantities of wood for fires, which means ...
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By now the streets were quickly filling up with the locals and a few tourists. The walking tour also gave ...
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