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Postcard from Mexico City: The place of coyotes

Brought into submission by the Aztecs of Tenochtitlan in 1428, the Tepanecas who lived in the ancient village of Coyoacan, the place of coyotes, remained resentful of their conquerors. 193 more words


Mexico City - Just the Beginning

I think I like Mexico City.

I’m not sure.

We chose to start in Mexico after a rather luxurious visa run last summer led us to discover the amazing spots along the Yucatán coast. 980 more words


Dear Frida

As a child my mother had this book of postcards, I didn’t think much of it other than I was obsessed with the last one in the book. 431 more words


Mexico City Dreaming Day 1

We arrived in Mexico City at 11:30am Thursday. The city was rain-soaked from the aftermath of tropical storm Franklin. The plane landed smoothly and we zipped through immigration quickly. 256 more words

El Gnomo

Una de las características importantes de un buen lugar es un buen nombre. Los nombres fáciles de recordar son como un talismán para la mayoría de los lugares, sin embargo cuando el nombre del lugar coincide con la decoración, la arquitectura o todo un concepto, nos encontramos con joyas como… 287 more words


Mexico: CDMX


After a lot of convincing my wife was finally on board for a trip to Mexico City. I figured, its cheap, close, and relatively easy to get to and it did not disappoint! 1,554 more words


Oh Mexico...

This was going to be an upbeat post about how a comparatively small town girl survived in one of the world’s biggest cities. I was planning to spend my days visiting Mexico City’s museums and galleries and my nights trying out bars and cantinas, maybe even the odd… 938 more words