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Tamashii Nations en Expo Reforma de la Ciudad de México 2015

Lo más destacado de la exposición:

  • Los 12 caballeros dorados en versión vintage y EX
  • Los más recientes estrenos para los personajes de la Saga de Hades.
  • Figuras para coleccionistas y lo que está por salir a la venta
  • Las nuevas armaduras divinas para promocionar SoG
  • Los Santos de Bronce que no pueden faltar.
  • El casco de Géminis en tamaño real.
  • Las armaduras de Leo en tamaño real
  • La representación de las 12 casas con los Myth Cloth EX

¿Aún no saben qué es Tamashii Nations? ¿Quieres sentir la experiencia de un recorrido real? ¿Quieres conocer a Lucie y Al, dos de las admins de este blog?

Hemos abierto nuestro canal de youtube para darte un paseo virtual de la mano de Al y Lucie. Las mismas taradeces que aquí pero en video.

Hemos planeado cosas muy interesantes, suscríbete y espéralas muy pronto.

Probando mezcal traído de Guerrero @lafieramezcal, es una pequeña productora ofreciendo excelente producto mexicano. Además de que cada botella es una pieza única de arte.

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He smelled the rain before the first drops fell, and his umbrella was open and in place before the sudden downpour began.

Apparently not everyone was prepared for the weather.


“Uh, do you want to share my umbrella?” he asked, tilting it toward the other person with a raised eyebrow. He did not step out of the circle of dryness.

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Monument to the Revolution - Monumento a la Revolucion
Construction: 1910 - 1938
Designer: Carlos Obregón Santacilia
Location: Plaza de la Republica - Mexico City
Metro: Revolucion

Home Website: Monumento a la Revolucion
Wiki Page: English 
Wiki Page: Español

Originally intended to be the Federal Legislative Palace for Mexico by President Porfirio Diaz in the 19th century construction was halted after the start of conflict when Francisco I. Madero urged the people to rise against Porfirio Diaz and would eventually lead to the Mexican Revolution which brought about major changes to the political structure of Mexico and also marked a key turning point in Mexican history after much bloodshed and conflict. It is during this time that the names of Francisco “Pancho” Villa, Plutarco Elías Calles, Venustiano Carranza, Lázaro Cárdenas, Ricardo Flores Magon, Emiliano Zapata and many other revolutionist became forever edged into the history of Mexico for their role in the changes that exist today.

The structure was abandoned for a time and nearly faced demolition but thanks to the suggestion of Carlos Santacilia to the Secretary of Inland Revenue to instead convert the original design to a place to honor the Mexican Revolution, the site eventually became the monument it is today and has continued to preserve Mexico’s history through the established museum at the base of the building and various cultural events that happen throughout the year.

The site was also turned into a mausoleum for the various individuals from the Mexican Revolution and houses the remains of Francisco I. Madero, Venustiano Carranza, Francisco Villa, Plutarco Elías Cales and Lázaro Cárdenas who were key figures in the Mexican Revolution.

M&TC: Get lost in the labyrinth of books inside the mega-library, La Biblioteca Vasconcelos in Mexico City. Designed by Alberto Kalach and completed in 2007, the library covers an area of 38,000 sq meters surrounded by a majestic botanical garden.

Follow the link below to learn more:

http://www.lostateminor.com/2015/06/22/check-out-this-awesome-mega-library-in-mexico-city/

Festín en Tandoor Anzures: Aalu Samosa, Chicken Tikka Masala, Bhuna Gosht, arroz basmati, Mattar Paneer y Naan de ajo y queso. Delicia pura. Gracias al chef Riaz, Farid y Arturo por todo!

#DF #tandoor
(at Restaurante Tandoor)