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Mexico wowed me in so many big ways, from the level of sophistication I saw in hotels and restaurants to the profusion of cultural wealth on display in every town and city I visited. The country surprised me in small ways, too — the quiet benches in beautiful parks, the noticeable importance of family life, the cute cafes and coffee shops. Here are some of the best things I discovered on my journey.
Welcome to one of the most fascinating urban landscapes on the planet: Mexico City. How do you even begin to know a place that has so many different personalities? By visiting its impressive cultural institutions.
One of my all-time favorite painters, Frida Kahlo, is in the news as the Princeton Architectural Press recently released a new glossy art book, Finding Frida Kahlo. The book is packed with photos and descriptions of the 1,200 Kahlo objects found in 2004 by art and antiques dealer Carlos Noyola in what’s been called a…