Teotihuacán, Valley of Mexico, Mexico

Teotihuacán is an important archaeological site of the Valley of Mexico, containing some of the largest Mesoamerican pyramids ever built in pre-Columbian America. The site also contains large residential complexes, the Avenue of the Dead, and numerous wall paintings where the colors have been well preserved. Its origin is around 200 BC. JC and researchers believe that the Pyramid of the Sun (the largest) was completed around the year 100 AC. JC. and they calculate that the city was inhabited until the VI or VII century. The city is located at the current location of the municipalities of San Juan Teotihuacan and San Martin de las Pirámides in the State of Mexico, Mexico (about 40 km from Mexico City). It contains the Avenue of the dead (the main central avenue), the pyramid of the Sun, the Pyramid of the Moon, the Temple of Quetzalcoatl (Feathered Serpent) and many palaces and lesser temples but there is no fortification or military structure in the city. Currently archaeologists continue excavation to determine more history of the city. In 2003, they discovered a tunnel, about 1,800 years 100 meters long under the Feathered Serpent Temple leading to a series of tunnels and chambers that are carved into the rock.


When you visit the site, try to visit the museum where you’ll find objects of everyday life, statues, tools, etc. that will help you to discover a little more about the history of the city.
Visit also the shops around the site where you will find crafts with different items representing this lost civilization. You will have the opportunity to taste the famous liquor cactus in different flavors, a traditional drink, always appreciated in the country.

Bar Eden or Bar del Padrino, Forza d’Agrò, Messina, Sicily, Italy

Bar Eden or renamed Bar del Padrino, is the oldest bar in Forza d’Agro, an Italian commune in the province of Messina in Sicily. This bar was the village meeting point when the TV was not yet installed in homes. It is in the Cammareri Square which is also the oldest square of the village. This is a very simple place with very friendly owners, accustomed to receive tourists from around the world because in this bar, they shot a scene from the famous film ‘The Godfather’ and Al Pacino disgusts the typical products of the region just there. You will find a lot of photos inside that show the different personalities who passed through the bar, a rich treasure that shows us the over the years. In summer you might enjoy tables outside the bar.


Enjoy your town visiting for a good coffee, ‘granita’ or ‘panino’, you will not regret it.

The bar also has an excellent dairy.

Coronado, San Diego County, California, USA

Coronado is a city and resort town in San Diego County, California, located near San Diego Bay. The San Diego-Coronado Bridge unites the two cities. The Hotel del Coronado marked the beginning of this seaside resort chosen by its beautiful and wide sandy beach on the Pacific. This small town receives a lot of tourists who like to spend weekends or vacations strolling through its beautiful streets, looking at the big beautiful houses with their lovely gardens and magnificent vegetation. There are several hotels and inns to suit all tastes and budgets, as well as properties that you can rent for short or long term. There you will find restaurants with sea views ideal for watching stunning sunsets. You can practice several sports such as surfing, paddle boarding and kayaking among others. There is a military base that shares the island with the city.



To visit it, there are ferries, a local bus or just, by taking the tourist bus from San Diego, you will get there because Coronado is one of the main tourist stops.

You can rent a bicycle to explore the city.

Orange Avenue is the main artery where you will find restaurants, shops, galleries and also the Museum of History and Art.

You can also visit the Hotel del Coronado which was built in 1888. Several famous people have stayed there.