Cities don't come much bigger than this. And no other city on earth can hit you with this particular brew of sun pyramids, wrestling bouts, organ grinders and Aztec dancers in snakeskin loincloths... * In-depth neighbourhood profiles and walking tours * Handy pull-out map * Comprehensive culinary and arts coverage * Dedicated Gay and Lesbian chapter... and a a real delight if you come across them a black-velvet paintings, ideally picturing a voluptuous pinup girl orthe Last Supper. Some of the folk art here falls into the kitsch-without-trying category, like DAsa de Muertos clay figurines such as pop-up skeletons in coffins and ... As for interior design ... calls Mexico City home.
|Title||:||Mexico City. Con Pianta|
|Author||:||Daniel C. Schechter, Josephine Quintero|
|Publisher||:||Lonely Planet - 2008|