The Gallery of Mexico City and San Diego.

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Red sun at night, sailor's delight.

Red sun at night, sailor’s delight.

Silver Strand in San Diego.

Silver Strand in San Diego.

The waves at Coronado Beach.

The waves at Coronado Beach.

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From outside Hotsauce's place in Escondido.

From outside Hotsauce’s place in Escondido.

I loved sailing in the bay. It would be nice to have enough money to waste on a sailboat.

I loved sailing in the bay. It would be nice to have enough money to waste on a sailboat.

Modesto and Singapore on the pier at Seaport Village.

Modesto and Singapore on the pier at Seaport Village.

Coronado Bay.

Coronado Bay.

J Street Marina.

J Street Marina.

The duck knew. Say the secret word and divide a hundred dollars.

The duck knew. Say the secret word and divide a hundred dollars.

I miss the sunsets from home.

I miss the sunsets from home.

One of the better walks on the marina.

One of the better walks on the marina.

Teotihuacan, the Pyramid of the Rain God. Or Sun God as the Aztecs called it.

Teotihuacan, the Pyramid of the Rain God. Or Sun God as the Aztecs called it.

A view from the top

A view from the top

Looking down on the Pyamid of the Rain Goddess/Moon.

Looking down on the Pyamid of the Rain Goddess/Moon.

Wandering through the ruins. It's amazing how empty this place is.

Wandering through the ruins. It’s amazing how empty this place is.

Pyramid of the Rain Goddess/Moon.

Pyramid of the Rain Goddess/Moon.

Pyramid of the Rain God/Sun.

Pyramid of the Rain God/Sun.

An old building outside Mexico City.

An old building outside Mexico City.

The Basilica on the left, an older chapel on the right.

The Basilica on the left, an older chapel on the right.

The doors to the Basilica.

The doors to the Basilica.

An old plan of Mexico City. It was in the Castle at Chapultepec.

An old plan of Mexico City. It was in the Castle at Chapultepec.

Beautiful doors. They were a gift to Mexico.

Beautiful doors. They were a gift to Mexico.

They closed the inside of the castle, ruining the ambiance.

They closed the inside of the castle, ruining the ambiance.

One of the many murals inside the castle.

One of the many murals inside the castle.

The Castle at Chapultepec.

The Castle at Chapultepec.

If you wander the main streets you will find many statues among the new buildings.

If you wander the main streets you will find many statues among the new buildings.

La Columna de Independencia.

La Columna de Independencia.

There are a number of murals like this in the city.

There are a number of murals like this in the city.

The Cathedral of Santiago.

The Cathedral of Santiago.

El Templo Mayor.

El Templo Mayor.

A mural in La Plaza de Tres Culturas.

A mural in La Plaza de Tres Culturas.

Random Street Art.

Random Street Art.

An indoor mural at la Plaza de Tres Culturas.

An indoor mural at la Plaza de Tres Culturas.

Outside the mural.

Outside the mural.

Someone's backyard.

Someone’s backyard.

In one of the many parks.

In one of the many parks.

A mural in the convent next to the Cathedral of Santiago.

A mural in the convent next to the Cathedral of Santiago.

The helicopter fight scene.

The helicopter fight scene.

More random street art.

Random clown art.

At plaza Zocalo.

At plaza Zocalo.

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Beautiful architecture in the city.

Beautiful architecture in the city.

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Outside the market in Mexico City. Excellent chicken. The guy who was cutting it looked like he had a vendetta against the bird though.

Outside the market in Mexico City. Excellent chicken. The guy who was cutting it looked like he had a vendetta against the bird though.

Just a river on the way to Mexico City,

Just a river on the way to Mexico City,

Beautiful landscapes.

Beautiful landscapes.

This looks like a painting. Happy little lake, happy little trees.

This looks like a painting. Happy little lake, happy little trees.

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