It was ashame we could not go in but the outside was lovely. I would describe it as interesting but don t expect a museum.
I really love this colorful and witty mural made of a mozaic of tiles and seashells and it can be easily seen (in daylight) on the way to or from La Quebrada and it is well worth the little detour where you can also see the old Hotel Casablanca which offers some of the best views in town. Exekatlkalli (the... More
If you don't know, it will show!!!! Thats what I should have termed THIS review. I have to thank a fantastic friend of mine for introducing me to Sebastian Hernandez, Acapulco for All, because without HIM, we would not have enjoyed Acapulco as much as we did. I loved the fact that he explained--not only the characters behind the mural... More
I have been going to Acapulco for 30 plus years and did not even know about this until I read about it in a travel magazine. A piece of genuine art history in a quiet residential area. Who knew? Beautiful and a must see.
Our tour guide, Sebastien (Acapulcoforall.com) not only showed us this incredible tile mural but told us the romantic and heartbreaking story behind it. We have Diego River murals in the Bay Area and they are nothing like this treasure. We were stunned that this huge, street-level piece of art is in such incredible condition and clearly never touched by graffiti.... More
This mural mosaic is on a very narrow street so be very careful when taking pictures, etc. Our tour guide, Robert Alercon (excellent tour guide if you need a knowledgeable, English-speaking tour guide), gave us great background on the history of these two designs. Very fascinating!
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