Hotel Mision Naucalpan
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... diseases, some circumstantial, many self induced, some hereditary and a few imagined, he fell asleep in peace laying on his bed and surrounded by his devoted wife Yolanda and his sons Emilio and Juan Carlos.
During the 9 months I lived in Mexico last year, I had the wonderful opportunity of visiting my uncle and aunt almost every week to enjoy a cup of coffee, some galletas Marias and a Bible based conversation.
The Bible was my uncle's favourite ...
... we went to pick up our laundry, i was a little nervous due to pre paying and not having any recipt to pick up with. We walked the corner and the laundry was not open, making me a little more worried we would not get our clothes back. We didn't bother waiting and instead started walking towards the area we had to go that maps had given us directions to. After a few blocks walk things didn't feel right, how could a massive park with a zoo be situated in ...
... pyramid we've ever seen. We spent all day and could not get enough of this amazing place.We had the opportunity to try Mexican food, and all its variations from the very first moment. And now we are in love withg it. After some time you realize that actually everything revolves around tortillas, served and eaten entirely with everything, everywhere and anytime. Varies only and chili ingredients that people tear their way into everything. After a few days we moved ...
... Aztec tales of rich mineral deposits. In the 18th century Jose de la Borda arrived to find further silver deposits, he made some of the richest people in Mexico and being heavily religious his children were drawn to work for the gods his daughter a nun and his son a priest. In order to ensure his son wouldn’t leave town to be a priest elsewhere he built the Inglesia de Santa Prisca a magnificent church with a churriguersque fašade and ...
... many trick or treaters. It was a crazy day.
Today, though, is the real day of the dead. A blend of Catholicism and native tradition from the aztecs. Every grave has the orange marigolds on them to invite the souls to come back. People are partying and remembering their loved ones. This is a day of celebration, not sadness. One can tell by the cemeteries as they are highly decorative.
Some tell stories ...