Perfumed with flowers and plied by trajineras, a sort of gondola cheerfully painted to reflect the canals' lush beauty, the Floating Gardens of Xochimilco were once the agricultural breadbasket of Mexico City. Today, these last lovely remnants of ... 

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Kevin F

May 2013

 Marriachis boarded our boat and entertained the group. , Kevin F - May 2013

The band

Marriachis boarded our boat and entertained the group.

Karla M

May 2016

 Guy in the sombrero was our tour guide and that's my mom in pink! dancing away on a Trajinera to mariachi music playing on Mother's Day! , Karla M - May 2016

Could we have any more fun?!!!

Guy in the sombrero was our tour guide and that's my mom in pink! dancing away on a Trajinera to mariachi music playing on Mother's Day!

Nathan O

August 2015

 Interesting Story of why the stuffed animals were on display here. Apparently this man had seen evil spirits and was advised by a spiritualist that in order to sway off the bad spirits he would have ... , Nathan O - August 2015

The Story of the Stuffed Animals

Interesting Story of why the stuffed animals were on display here. Apparently this man had seen evil spirits and was advised by a spiritualist that in order to sway off the bad spirits he would have to put up and display stuffed animals on his land whenever he felt their presence. Amazing.

Nathan O

August 2015

 The mosaic was everything I had read about. To see it for real was almost as good as seeing the Mona Lisa at the Louvre well not that good...almost as good but only because I was only five when I ... , Nathan O - August 2015

The Library at the University of Mexico

The mosaic was everything I had read about. To see it for real was almost as good as seeing the Mona Lisa at the Louvre well not that good...almost as good but only because I was only five when I first read about it. Yes I could read at 5! LOLs.

Nathan O

August 2015

 Great feeling and just enjoying watching other cultures and their families. You could really tell that Mexico City was built over a lake first hand. , Nathan O - August 2015

Everyone Was Just Happy.

Great feeling and just enjoying watching other cultures and their families. You could really tell that Mexico City was built over a lake first hand.

Nathan O

August 2015

 The weather cooperated too! Great experience. Amazed on how the vendors just jumped from boat to boat to boat with the greatest of ease. , Nathan O - August 2015

Music, Food, and Drink

The weather cooperated too! Great experience. Amazed on how the vendors just jumped from boat to boat to boat with the greatest of ease.

Nathan O

August 2015

 Me and the Wife finally got to see my 5 year old childhood wish come true. It was great. , Nathan O - August 2015

University of Mexico

Me and the Wife finally got to see my 5 year old childhood wish come true. It was great.

Nathan O

August 2015

 Volvare Volvare Anyone? , Nathan O - August 2015

Mariachi Baby!

Volvare Volvare Anyone?

Kevin F

May 2013

 The boats of Xochimilco. , Kevin F - May 2013

The boats

The boats of Xochimilco.

Kevin F

May 2013

 Church in the Coycoacan neighborhood of Mexico City. , Kevin F - May 2013

Coycoacan

Church in the Coycoacan neighborhood of Mexico City.

Kevin F

May 2013

 The library on the campus of the University of Mexico in Mexico City. , Kevin F - May 2013

The Library

The library on the campus of the University of Mexico in Mexico City.

Kevin F

May 2013

 Bull fighting ring in Mexico City. , Kevin F - May 2013

The Ring

Bull fighting ring in Mexico City.

Thao E

November 2012

 For 150 peso's you get a meal not as cheap as one would think. Beers, Water and Soda Pop are additional. , Thao E - November 2012

Fresh food made for you on another boat right behind

For 150 peso's you get a meal not as cheap as one would think. Beers, Water and Soda Pop are additional.

Thao E

November 2012

 If you pay a little more Peso's you can have a Mariachi band float along with you. , Thao E - November 2012

Mariachi Bands

If you pay a little more Peso's you can have a Mariachi band float along with you.

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