乖小咪Guadalajara Cathedral is the largest and most magnificent church in the city. It can be described as magnificent and magnificent. Whether it is decoration or idol, it is very exquisite. The huge crystal chandelier decorates the church grandly and noblely. It is definitely one of the must-see attractions when visiting Guadalajara.
乖小咪The Grand Theater de Gorado is a landmark in Guadalajara. It is an ancient Roman style temple building with very ornate and intricate sculptures carved on the outer wall. The entire theater is very tall and solemn. It often hosts musicals or plays by world-renowned bands. It is the art center of Guadalajara, with a long history and infinite charm.
乖小咪Zapopan Church is a larger church in Guadalajara. Although it is not as magnificent as the Guadalajara Cathedral, it is actually very noble. Many believers come here to pray every day. It is one of the famous churches in Guadalajara.
乐天的静His tickets are sold in a trial combination ~ I buy all combinations. Adults can use all the facilities in the park for 250 pesos, but sky zoo and safari can only be used once! I arrived about a little bit sooner, and all the facilities were used by about 5 o'clock, and all the animals were watched.
#holidayvacation Chichen Itza and its temple of kukulkan is the icon of Mayan culture. However, the attraction itself is too touristy nowadays, every five steps there will be someone asking to sell something and it is swarmed with tourists too.
Chichén Itzá is a complex of Mayan ruins on Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. A massive step pyramid, known as El Castillo or Temple of Kukulcan, dominates the ancient city, which thrived from around 600 A.D. to the 1200s.
Completed Colonial Mexico tour early March. Tour started in Mexico City and continued to San Miguel De Allende, Morelia and Guadalajara. Beautiful cities and a totally different view of Mexico. Visited the best museums, home and museum of Frida Khalo in Mexico City.
#🇲🇽 First time to mexico I had the best time of my life can not wait to go back in the fall go explore Mexico.
My third Wonder of the World: Chichén Itzá
My third wonder of the modern world: a Mayan engineering and architecture masterpiece in the wilderness of Yucatan (Mexico). El Castillo is certainly the symbol of Chichen Itza and was built to be a real calendar.
During the spring and autumn equinoxes, as the sun goes down and the sun rises, the corners of the pyramid cast a feathered serpent-shaped shadow, Kukulkan; clapping his hands the sound that breaks against the steps (inclined at 45 degrees) reproduces the bird of paradise's own verse and during the ceremonies the Mayan kings made blood flow along the corners of the pyramid to call the god of rain to earth.
The sensations that are perceived here are really intense, an energy difficult to explain in words, but I hope that these shots will get you there at least a little.
We visited this Mayan site in February and the jungle temperatures are really high. Bring lots of water with you and try to avoid the central hours of the day. Recommended the visit with a Mayan guide, you will fall in love with his words.
In the meantime, I hope that my next wonder of the world could be the Taj Mahal, and instead you, which one would you choose?
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Diana De Lorenzi
Always a good time in the Motherland
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3 pictures, 3 memories, 3 trips.
🇲🇽Mexico-Chichen Itzá one to be represents how after 2 millenniums they’re still standing strong and with so much history.
⛰Colorado Springs-Here whats not to love with breathtaking scenery, constantly outdoors and adventuring everywhere. Drove all way to Peaks Pike!
🗽New York City- Something I really love Because I’m a big history and city type of guy. That picture just makes me think about the time NY was burned down by Washington when retreating. Now to see how beautiful building take the sky again. Just wow.
Guadalajara is a city belonging to Luis Barragan. I came here because of my friend's recommendation, and once again, I was carrying a big bag and carrying a big bag. I was able to find surprises at any time in the colorful streets and lanes of the church. There was a feeling of returning to Iran, filled with endless happiness. There are very few Chinese and few tourists here, and you can feel the pure local life. However, no one can speak English at all. Every time I ask for directions or dialogues, almost all of them use English in English. Then the chickens talk with the ducks. It is a joy. In fact, I speak Chinese directly, and the effect is the same.
A lazy and leisurely walk in the afternoon, the sunny Guadalajara is truly the most artistic city in Mexico. Exquisite churches, gray pigeons hovering in the sky, colonial areas with strong atmosphere, artists everywhere, hard-working shoe-shiners, all with the flowing fountains and crowds, surviving in the bright sunshine, I Also stop moving forward, sitting with the local lazy people, sitting in the retro bench on the square, enjoying this valuable free wifi, the temperament of the art capital, only to be immersive, can really understand the beautiful .
Super cheap to play Mayan pyramid! In addition to being a Mayan ruin,
Chichen Itza is now a large Mexican handicraft market. Each of the roads leading to various scenic spots is lined up with handicraft stalls, from 1 for a refrigerator, about 30 for a T-shirt or a traditional Mexican dress, to hundreds of pesos. Large tapestries and giant wood carvings are exquisite, and the flowers feel that if you have plenty of time and enough baggage, you can really buy some favorite.
and our attractions are different from the compulsory production line. Many of the products here are all written by the owner, and they are seen alongside the sales and creation. Handcrafted unique crafts are still very valuable. Remember to kill the price!
There are no restaurants in Chichen Itza. Only the snack pavilions such as ice cream, drinks and potato chips are sold. Considering the number of trips, everyone needs to spend lunch time in the scenic spot. I suggest everyone. Prepare some dry food and enough drinking water to start.
After a whole day, I and my brother-in-law have spent about 1,000 pesos per person in Chichen Itza. In fact, the budget can be controlled at around RMB 200. Realizing the Mayan dream cheaply, this program is still very good!