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... us up to go to the Xochicalco pyramids an hour outside town. The complex was ENORMOUS. And supposedly only 1/10th of it has been uncovered. You could climb the pyramids, and even go inside them to see the room where the Aztecs used to monitor the sun. Then we were off to Taxco, one of Mexico's "magic cities". It is famous for silver, and it's quaint white buildings sprawl over a mountainside. We met a 13-year old tour guide who joined us for parking, lunch (he ordered a ...
... the time, the loser of the presidential election called BS and asked his people to take to the streets! Which they did, in droves, for weeks, clogging Reforma Avenue, the Broadway of this city, bringing chaos and my tourism to a halt. Today, the president is married to a movie star and while this city is still mad with chaos, it's mostly because 20+ million people own cars. I checked into my cool hotel in the trendy Condesa ...
... and preserves some of the best examples of murals from the site. While there are many interesting ones, I will focus on the unusual. One has red background and many small images, mostly of people. This is one of the few murals in Central Mexico that depicts something other than religious symbolism. Some people think it might be a drawing of the afterlife, while others think it shows a religious celebration. There are lots and lots of interesting images: people ...
... family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.66px;">The guide also said that for some attractions Sunday entry was free but I found out later at the Templo Mayor ticket booth and entrance a sign that this is now incorrect as foreigners still had to pay. It was free for locals only.
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Rick's Closet (Bedroom #2)