Museum (ing) Mexico City

National Anthropology Museum Museum (ing) Mexico City  |  Mexico City, Mexico  | Did you know that Mexico City ranks as the global city with most museum in the world ? I certainly didn’t, but after my recent visit, I can endorse that. Here a few I visited and blew me away… Museo Nacional de Antropologia (Paseo de la Reforma) + Museo Soumaya (Polanco) + Museo Mural Diego Rivera (Zocalo) + Palacio de Bellas Artes (Zocalo). There was one I also wanted to check out, but didn’t have enough time, so I have it pending for my next visit: Museo Casa Estudio Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo (Colonia San Angel Inn).  Continue reading Museum (ing) Mexico City

My day exploring Centro Historico and beyond

Photo Feb 20, 8 00 33 AM My day exploring Centro Historico and beyond  |  Mexico City, Mexico  | My first day in Mexico City began very early. I was very excited to explore the Historic District. So by 6AM I was up and getting ready for a full day out. First my beauty mask, while doing some research on where to go and what to see. Right after, down the iconic spiral stairs for Las Alcobas boutique hotel, to enjoy a local breakfast “Green Chicken Chilaquiles” at Anatol Restaurant. Interesting facts to share. Did you know that Mexico City holds approximately 25million people and it is considered to be, the city with most museum in the whole entire world ? The purpose of this post, is to give you and ABC 101 list of the places to visit during your visit to the Historic Center of Mexico City, without getting into much detail on each of them. Continue reading My day exploring Centro Historico and beyond

Pyramids of Teotihuacan

Pyramids of TeotihuacanPyramids of Teotihuacan  |  Mexico City, Mexico   |  During my recent visit to Mexico City, one of the hightlights. Located approximately 40 minutes drive away from Mexico City. Doors to this UNESCO World Heritage site and landmark. Teotihuacan, is commonly known as the City of Gods, but as my local  Nahuatl-speaking guide explained to me, the original inhabitants, later followed by the Aztecs, did not believe in Gods, but in Energy. So the correct translation should read at ” City of Energy “. Established around 100 BC, Teotihuacan was the largest city in the pre-Columbian Americas, with a population estimated of 200,000, located in a sub valley of the Valley of Mexico, located in the State of Mexico.  Continue reading Pyramids of Teotihuacan