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As an antique dealer Rodrigo Rivera Lake knows something special when he sees it, and he continually finds treasures in home of Mexico City. He believes Mexico City is truly a city in the world, where else can you find pyramids, canals and ancient ruins?
https://www.expedia.com/Mexico-City.d178285.Destination-Travel-Guides Mexico City is one of the financial powerhouses and cultural capitals of Latin America; it’s also a city of color. Mexico City’s colors run deepest in the main square, the Zócalo, once the epicenter of the Mexican Civilization. Today, this area is presided over by a temple of a different kind, The Metropolitan Cathedral. Throughout the Centro Histórico district, over 1500 heritage buildings vie for your attention. The streets of this district overflow with museums and galleries. For a window into the life and color of yesteryear, visit the fabulous Museo Franz Mayer. For a change of color, head to Chapultepec Park, one of the largest urban parks in the world. The park is home to cultural institutions such as the ...
The Antique Toy Museum in Mexico City is home to one of the most bizarre toy collections in the world. The museum, which has been open for about a decade, houses the collection of Roberto Shimizu, the son of Japanese immigrants who began collecting toys as a child. The collection has everything from tin toys, to Barbie dolls, to lucha libre toys. The museum had launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund better curation and maintenance of its collection and building, but the campaign failed. The museum plans to launch another campaign soon. https://www.cnet.com/pictures/antique-toy-museum-mexico-city/#ftag=CAD590a51e http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit Entertainment using http://wochit.com
First stop Mexico City. Join Alexandra, as she visits "MUJAM," The Antique Toy Museum of Mexico. There we will meet Roberto Sr., a toy collector who created a museum to share millions of his toys with Mexico City. We will also meet his son Roberto Jr., who in addition to helping run the museum, recruits international street artists to paint along its walls. Finally, we catch Bastardilla in action, as the Colombian Street Artist sprays a piece on the museum storefront. ¡Vámonos !
This old salvage yard is about 20 miles from where I live. Most of th' cars and trucks here are from th' 40's 50's and 60's. You just dont see old cars in salvage yards anymore, they have mostly been sent to th' crusher for scrap. I could spend all day at a place like this! Thanks for watchin'. Contact info: Vintage Auto Salvage Possum Grape, Arkansas Open Friday And Saturdays 501-201-0119 Ask For Ken
Watch the full-length episode at http://video.pbs.org/video/2322667192/?Utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=pbsofficial&utm_campaign=anro_covefullprogram (US Only) Airing: Monday, January 7, 2013 at 8/7C // In Corpus Christi, Texas, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW discovers a million dollar item when a guest brings in a Diego Rivera oil painting created in 1904 when he was just 18 years old! Other highlights include: a 1967 painting by Alexander Calder; a Japanese bronze depicting a mythical figure; and a giant Fisk "Tire Boy" sign valued at $8,000 to $12,000. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW airs Mondays at 8/7C PM on PBS. Watch full-length episodes of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW at http://video.pbs.org/program/979359328/
If you missed this episode, you can watch it online now: http://video.pbs.org/program/antiques-roadshow/ The cold-chiseled conches on this Navajo silver bridle are one of many characteristics that make this piece desirable. Learn more from Douglas Diehl in Albuquerque Hour 3, premiering Monday, October 12 at 9/8c on PBS! ANTIQUES ROADSHOW airs Mondays at 8/7C PM & 9/8C PM on PBS. Watch full-length episodes of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW at http://video.pbs.org/program/antiques-roadshow/ Be sure to follow ROADSHOW on Twitter & Instagram @RoadshowPBS, Pinterest, and Facebook! Visit www.pbs.org/antiques for more videos and features from the show.
Use this Mexico City Travel Guide to find out the best things to do on your next trip to CDMX! I spent five weeks in DF and give you great ideas for a first timer. I use examples from my many travel vlogs in Mexico City from cocktails with venom to cheap tours at monuments. Make sure to refer to this before you travel to Mexico City for your next trip . Hit the subscribe button and bell icon to get notficiations so you don't miss any future videos ! COMPLETE MEXICO PLAYLIST: http://bit.ly/2lFvY4c VLOGS SHOWN IN THIS MEXICO CITY TRAVEL GUIDE: Mexico City Is Weird: http://bit.ly/2pJgBus Mexico City Instagram Tour- Best Places For Travel Photos in CDMX: http://bit.ly/2qD6VSn Coyoacan - An Oasis in Mexico City Travel: http://bit.ly/2pKEJyH Condesa- Mexico City's version of Paris?: http://bit...
Loreto Retreats provides Mexico's finest luxury vacation villas. These 3-8 bedroom retreats are located on the Sea of Cortez in a marine preserve that Jacques Cousteau called the "Worlds Aquarium". The Villas are beautifully furnished with art, antiques and furniture, hand crafted from various parts of Mexico. Loreto Retreats is part of a family of vacation get-aways that includes Whidbey Retreats and CEO Expeditions. http://www.loretoretreats.com/ Video produced by Rielly Milne from Enlim Productions Song: Big Jet Plane by Angus & Julia Stone.
Casa Vieja is a luxury all-suite Boutique Hotel situated in the exclusive area of Mexico City, the Polanco District. Once a private residence, Casa Vieja was created with a luxury lifestyle in mind and is now considered the most unique boutique property in Mexico City. The hotel features 10 individual suites offering full amenities and superb personal service. In room facilities include jacuzzi, color cable television, CD sound system, kitchenette, daily maid service, high-speed Internet access and evening turndown service. Additional on-site services include: 24 hour Front Desk, Concierge, dry cleaning and laundry, car rental desk and Business Center. Free parking is offered and continental breakfast is included in daily room rates. The Casa Vieja Terrace restaurant presents traditional M...
The neighborhood of Tepito in Mexico City is the oldest area of the capital. So it’s surprising that in Mexico, it goes by a different name: Barrio Bravo, “the fierce neighborhood.” It gets its nickname from being one of the most dangerous areas in the city.