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Friday, January 3, 2014

Mazatlán y Pino Suárez Mercado y la basicalla


There are several al fresco dining options at La Plazuela Machado.  We opted for helados (icecream)
I think she's mostly selling fruits and pecans, just outside the mercado.
Inside Pino Suárez Mercado in Mazatlán’s Centro Historico.  Yep, I actually like my little ones sit on the floor.  
Getting some candy at el mercado.  Jude's eyes were about as big around as saucers the whole time completely convincing me of how "American-ized" they've become.
Pinatas for sale and one of many meat counters
My kids seemed to be equally horrified and entranced by the pig heads.  Like someone mentioned, it's like a car wreck where you just can't NOT look.  Luv how they are on tip toes to get a better look!  Jude asked me several times if they were dead.  Mimi is sticking her fingers up her nose since the smell is as you can image at the meat section of the mercado.
My family cooling off, admiring the beauty and offering up prayers at Le Basilica de La Inmaculada Concepcion

3 comments:

  1. Love the picture of Tess peering over the pew...

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    1. Ya, she' wasn't really into the whole praying-at-a-basilica thing. She was more into, what's-mom-taking-pic-of? thing.

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  2. So beautiful ! Look at all those vibrant colors.
    Love the pic of Jude! Those eyes :)
    Looks like so much fun
    Ally

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