Martinsville, Indiana, Lunch Is Easy With Maracas Fast & Fresh Food Authentic Mexican Cuisine Written by Melody Schubert
In mood for a sizzling fajita or hot, delicious enchiladas and burritos, then head down to Maracas Restaurante Mexicano at 1010 Morton Avenue on 39 By Pass in Martinsville, Indiana. Maracas serves an extensive menu of popular Mexican selections or spice up life with something new from menu of fresh and hearty entrees. Whether you dine in their spacious dining area or order carryout you'll receive freshest Authentic Mexican food and courteous service at affordable prices.
Take bite out of fast food blues. Tired of waiting in line for lunch? Maracas daily lunch specials make it a snap to order fast and fresh Authentic Mexican food. Dine in or for carryout just call 765-352-1366 for Maracas $3.99 lunch special that is served everyday until 3pm. Maracas numbered entrees make it easy to order your favorites. Add extra touches to your meal like lettuce and sour cream at no additional charge. Among authentic Mexican fair served during lunch are fabulous Fajita's, salads, burritos, quesadillas, and chimichangas.
Maracas Lunch Menu has a variety of choices for every taste: Lunch #22, a delicious chicken or beef Fajita, served with rice, beans, and two tortillas. Lunch #20, Maracas Vegetarian Fajita's are a light alternative. The Vegetarian Fajita's are filled with a mix of broccoli, cauliflower, mushrooms, green peppers, onions, squash, and tomatoes. Lunch #15, Taco Salad de Fajitas, is a served with your choice of steak, chicken or shrimp cooked with bell peppers, onions and tomatoes. The fresh selections are then placed inside a crispy flour tortilla shell with beans and cheese, and topped off with lettuce, sour cream, tomatoes and guacamole. Lunch #35, Tacoechi is two mouth watering corn tortillas, one beef and other chicken topped with cheese, red sauce, lettuce, sour cream, and tomatoes.
In May Maracas Restaurante Mexicano will celebrate their two year anniversary as a favorite dining destination for authentic Mexican cuisine. Maracas location at 1010 Morton Avenue on 39 By Pass in Martinsville is just minutes off Highway 37; making it a perfect stop for fast, fresh food.
Traveling in Mexico City: The Ins & Outs of Getting AroundWritten by Jean Sutherland
If you have never traveled to Mexico City before, getting around can be a bit overwhelming. There are many ways to travel within Mexico City, and methods, rules and day-to-day getting from Point A to Point B can be frustrating.
This article will give you necessary information you require to get around in Mexico City, while ensuring your travel plans are still pleasant, exciting and fruitful. So let's get started! It's an exciting journey you are about to embark upon.
Traveling in Mexico City, a General Overview
The naming conventions used for Mexico City’s streets and neighborhoods can be very exasperating to out of town traveler if you aren't sure what everything means. The most important thing to remember when trying to find a certain location is: Patience. Many times, streets that 'should' be in a certain place, just aren't.
Numbered streets are usually (but not always) designated as North/South (norte/sur) or East/West (oriente/poneinte). A block can be numbered, depending on how far it is from an arbitrary starting point. However, you'll notice during your travels that many Mexican addresses have only "s/n" (sin número) listed after street name, which means, literally, "no number". And yet other addresses have a kilometer designation in address, indicating that they are located a certain number of kilometers down a major street, such as a highway.
All addresses in Mexico City are written with street name at start, then street number. The postal code (código postal) is listed before name of city, not after. Apdo., or apartado, means box, and Postal, or A.P. means post-office box number. And finally, most addresses include neighborhood (colonia, or col.) that residence is in.