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La Casa Azul

“Feet, what do I need you for when I have wings to fly?”

Frida Kahlo

My number one priority to visit in Mexico City was without a doubt Frida Kahlo´s house, also called La Casa Azul (the blue house). 1,164 more words


A visit to Frida Kahlo's house: Casa Azul

A few weeks back, David’s cousins and I visited the Museo Frida Kahlo, known as the Casa Azul, in Coyoacán, one of my favorite parts of the city. 137 more words

The artists of Coyoacan

Freda Kahlo is probably Latin America’s most celebrated woman artist. Born in 1907, she became disabled as a result of childhood polio and again following a tram accident as a teenager. 579 more words

Mexicans Welcome Conan with Conan-themed Pancakes

Ok, there’s a lot more going on with Conan O’Brien’s upcoming Mexico visit, but the only truly cool thing this blogger found in an otherwise long welcome video is the fact that “Conando” will get his own hot-cakes made at… 23 more words

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Mexico City

They may be called rapists and criminals by some but not in my book. Mexicans are some of the sweetest, most polite, hospitable and kind people I have ever come across. 1,712 more words


The missing photographs

Forgot to mention there’s huge arboretum in Coyoacan which provides all the trees for public gardens  in Mexico City. We saw two guys there practising bullfighting skills – with a pair of horns!


Mexico City

Mexico has been in the press a lot for cartel crimes but I don’t want it to discourage travelers from exploring the beautiful things the country has to offer. 871 more words