At 7,300 ft. elevation, surrounded by mountains and almost dead center in the heart of Mexico, sometimes you just want sushi.
We all love local souvenirs, things that remind us of the great places we visited. Kitschy souvenirs shops are everywhere with the usual shot glasses and cheap junk, but outside Mexico City’s Zona Historic area where most tourists hang out, there’s a beautiful artisan market called Centro Artesanal La Ciudadela where hand-made leather goods, ceramics and decorative metals and […]
Huaraches are an original creation of Mexico City. A huarache is a masa ball flattened and oblong shaped, topped with almost anything you can imagine, but usually mashed beans, onions, potatoes, meat, different salsas and of course, cheese for the final touch. They can also be filled with cheese or meats. This delicious dish resembles a […]
Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary into Heaven, the largest cathedral in Latin America.