Dos MuseosMay 19, 2015 in Mexico ⋅ ☀️ 18 °C
Museo Soumaya was created by a Mexican billionaire who dedicated it to his deceased wife. The architecture alone was worth seeing, but inside was an entire floor of Salvador Dalí and Auguste Rodin sculptures!
This museum is in Polanco, the 5th-Avenue-inspired (according to our taxi driver) neighborhood of CDMX. So afterward we headed back to Roma in search of a delicious lunch, and ended up eating delicious mole at Papá Chón.
Then I finally made it to the Museo Nacional de Antropología. Here there are artifacts from the Aztec and Mayan civilizations as well as earlier peoples such as the Teotihuacanos who built and later abandoned the city before the Aztecs discovered it.Read more