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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.
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.
For 150 peso's you get a meal not as cheap as one would think. Beers, Water and Soda Pop are additional.
Relax enjoy some food, look at all of the cool vendors on the water, enjoy the mariachi bands, enjoy your tacos and beers a day to fiesta and siesta.
Xochimilco was not about the University unless you consider a 2-3 minute stop on the side of the road to snap a picture of the stadium and the university building across the street as a tour. Just be informed its about floating on a boat eating taco's and drinking beers.
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