Mexico City Restaurants – All Our Hits & Misses

By far our favourite thing about visiting Mexico was the cuisine. If you're heading to Mexico City then we definitely recommend that you find a way to go on a food tour, because you'll learn things and discover places that you wouldn't have easily done on your own. But even without a guide there are…

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A Sunday in CDMX & Visiting Palacio Belles Artes

CDMX refers to La Ciudad de Mexico... known in English as Mexico City. CDMX refers to the municipality that encompasses Mexico City, home to nearly 22 million people. On Sundays, many of those people have the day off, and the downtown core is filled with people and families who come in search of festivals, entertainment,…

Visiting Zona Arqueológica Palacio Atetelco

Hello readers! It's been a long hiatus, but I'm picking up where we left off, with stories from our 2018 trip to Mexico. My last post was about our trip to Teotihuacan, and this post is about another nearby site. While the site of Teotihuacan included some housing, it was primarily a centre for celebration,…

The Museum of the Object of Objects!

After lunch at the San Angel Inn and a quick visit to the Museum of the House/Studio of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo, we headed to another interestingly named museum, the Museo del Objecto del Objecto. It translates to 'the museum of the purpose (or object) of the object'. This is how Wikipedia describes it:…

Visiting the Museum of the House/Studio of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo

After we enjoyed art shopping at El Bazaar Sabado and lunch (with a bottle of cava) at the San Angel Inn, we ventured across the street to visit the shared home and studio of the famous Mexican artists Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. We'd heard that the Frida Kahlo museum was famed for its long…