MEXICO

 

August 2013 - January 2014 With SALCIDO Family

 

West Monterrey view of the city at dusk

Monterrey is the capital city of the northeastern state of Nuevo León in the country of Mexico

 

Cerro de La Silla at Night

 

Monterrey seen from Cerro de la Silla at morning

The city is anchor to the third-largest metropolitan area in Mexico and is ranked as the ninth-largest city in the nation

 

Metropolitan Cathedral of Our Lady of Monterrey

 

Cathedral Tower

 

Inside Main Cathedral

 

Inside cathedral with mama Iliana Garza

 

Barragan Sculpture on Macro Plaza

 

The Fuente de la Vida along the Macro Plaza

 

Fountain in Macro Plaza with papa Luis Carlos Salcido

 

Governor office

 

Debra juga diajak ke Kantor Gubernur yang tidak jauh dari taman itu. Kemudian Debra diajak ke rumah kakek alias papa dari mama, mereka kumpul di rumah si kakek untuk mengenang kepergian kakeknya mama. Mereka keluarga yang sangat ramah dan ramai, mengasyikkan berada di keliling mereka.

 

La Basilica de la Purísima Concepcion - commonly known as 'La Purisima'

 

Interior la Purísima Concepcion

 

La Basilica de Guadalupe

 

Inside La Basilica de Guadalupe

 

Hospital de Seguro Social

 

Templo de San Luis Gonzaga is on Avienda Hidalgo near Cuauhtemoc in downtown Monterrey

 

Inside Templo de San Luis Gonzaga

 

With mama Iliana on Avienda Hidalgo near Cuauhtemoc

 

Plaza Morelos

 

At Plaza Morelos with mama Iliana

 

Galeria plaza in Monterrey

 

Obispado de Monterrey

 

Originally built in 1887, this building was the Palacio de Municipal of Monterrey up until 1974, when it was used for the Superior Court of Justice. In 1995 it was renovated to become one of the premier museums in Mexico.

 

A famous landmark along the market at Morelos

Upstairs is apparently a nightclub. Down below is a very popular restaurant which is called Las Monjas and the waitress staff are dressed up like nuns. The food was great too.

 

The settlement of the new world did not stop at Ellis Island. Although poor Irish and Italians coming into America could only venture as far as their feet could take them, Germans and other more-affluent settlers settled much, much deeper into the new world. Many settled into Texas and Northern Mexico with some eventually going as far south as Central and South America. It should be therefore be of no surprise to see Mexicans with very distinct Anglo and German traits. The northern city of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon (Mexico) has until today many blue-eyed blondes with German sir names. German and Czechs brought their accordions, but Tejanos and Mexicans perfected its use!

 

 

US$ 0.079047 ekuivalen 1 MXN Peso  (June 2013)

 

 

         

 

 

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