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i really love these barrels. want to find a way to use them for decor somewhere -- yard maybe? wedding? SOMETHING.

Doing what you like is freedom Liking what you do is happiness #budgettravel #travel #quote www.budgettravel.com

Love this!!!! Makes me think of my heart condition and how some people will ease it and others have me gasping for air.

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The awesomely Gothic organ at the Mexico City cathedral in the zocalo.

Mexico City

Paseo de la Reforma, Mexico City.

Ciudad de Mexico-Av. Madero. -- Prominente la Torre LatinoAmericana

The beautiful blue tile covered Casa de los Azulejos ~ Mexico City ~ Mexico.

Teotihuacan, 30 miles northeast of Mexico City, Mexico - I climbed the steps of both the Pyramids of the Sun and Moon back in 1984.

National Museum of Anthropology - Mexico City. This world-class museum stands in an extension of the Bosque de Chapultepec.The 12 ground-floor salas (halls) are dedicated to pre-Hispanic Mexico, while upper-level salas show how Mexico’s indigenous descendants live today, with the contemporary cultures located directly above their ancestral civilizations.

Jacarandas en la calle Beistegui D.F.

To run down Mexico City’s must-see’s and where-to-be’s, Vogue.com connected with Marco Bochicchio, a 25-year-old local better known by his Instagram handle, @mente_de_rufus.

Gran Hotel Ciudad de México, Art Nouveau Architecture,

Mexico City, Mexico - this is my favorite museum in DF, El Estanquilo - www.mainlymexican... #Mexico #Mexican

Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico DF/Palace of Fine Arts. Mexico City, MEXICO. (by israel,, via Flickr)

Another stunning photo by Rebecca Brooks, taken in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

Stunning photos by Rebecca Brooks in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato Mexico - San Miguel de Allende es una ciudad del estado mexicano de Guanajuato. El 7 de julio de 2008 fue inscrita por la Unesco en el Patrimonio cultural de la Humanidad. Bajo el título de Villa Protectora de San Miguel el Grande y Santuario de Jesús Nazareno de Atotonilco, la distinción se otorgó debido a su aporte cultural y arquitectónico al Barroco mexicano y a su importancia en la lucha de Independencia de México de España.

mexican Headboard. San Miguel de Allende, Mexico