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Barcelona: Lifestyle and Food Obsession

Tapas in food walking tour in Barcelona Whenever I think about going to a place that at the same time could let me be delighted by beautiful architecture, amazed by innovation, artistic in many ways and deliciously incomparable, Barcelona comes first to my mind. Few cities in the world are as vibrant, adventurous, tasty and […]

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Three places of pizza and jazz in Mexico City

There are several places to enjoy the jazz scene in Mexico City. Here we present three options where you can enjoy delicious pizza and good music at affordable prices. Pizza Jazz Café The project began seven years ago with occasional concerts at the home of composer and saxophonist Adrián Escamilla. Five years ago Pizza Jazz […]

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Pulque: a forgotten tradition

“Mayahuel (the Aztec goddess of maguey) gave humanity pulque through a young girl, Xochitl, who prepared the drink to her father as an offering so that he would approve her union with Tecpalcatzin, one so sincere and pure. Her father would not allow this union since Tecpalcatzin was not of noble birth but a peasant. […]

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5 bizarre-food stalls not to be missed in your next visit to Mexico City

In Mexico City we are lucky to have international award-winning chefs such as Enrique Olvera, chef of Pujol and Jorge Vallejo, chef of Quintonil. Thanks to their work we can proudly find the name of our city positioned in top lists featuring the best restaurants of the world. Nevertheless, we locals know better and belive […]

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Markets of Mexico City

“Having an identity is only possible once we understand our roots.” I read this phrase a couple of days ago and I totally agree. We want to support local products made in Mexico without really knowing what we are proud of. So, I decided to do some research about what represent us, in order to […]

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Looking for the limits of Mexica commerce: Paying tribute to the empire

We know many things about the Mexicas: that theirs was a warlike society, highly urbanized, which founded the city of Tenochtitlan in an islet in the middle of a lake, that said city became the most important city of an imperial state conformed by two other city-states: Texcoco and Tlacopan (Tacuba), the Triple Alliance, whose […]

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Atole runs through my veins

What would a morning in Mexico be without atole? To enjoy an “atolito” is one of the most Mexican activities that exist; it is practically a complete breakfast, a food as pleasant for the body as for the soul. With a soupy consistency, this drink is a favorite for early risers, as it gives you […]

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Outdoor galleries in Mexico City

The streets of Mexico City can tell hundreds of stories, through its buildings, its people, its aromas, and especially, trough its art. In the last years, an emergent artists wave has invaded the city’s facades with their graffitis, stickers, stencils and more expresion of urban art. But those pieces are not visible for everybody, you must be […]

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The best bookstores in Mexico City

Call me a romantic or old fashioned person, however much practical and simple ebooks can be, I refuse to buy them. There’s nothing like the smell of old books that have been kept for a long time. As the days go by, I enjoy watching how the pages turn into a yellowing color, but what […]

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About a happy godin* lunch…

I grew up in the Southern part of Mexico City, in one of those microcosms in the megalopolis that feels like a little town of yore, with small drugstores, stationary shops and mini-markets in every corner, and most importantly, people walking everywhere. That’s why, when I started working in Lomas de Chapultepec, I felt a […]

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