Meet Gary K. at 6:00 PM at the Cyrstal Spring 1-280 NB rest area for his annual Cinco de Mayo Dinner Ride to Mi Hacienda Taqueria.
KSU at 6:30 PM will head North onto Hwy 280, to Black Mountain, exit to cross over Hwy 280, and head South. Take the Woodside Road exit, and head East to the Spring Street exit just after Middlefield Road. On Spring Street continue south until you get to Second Avenue and turn left and arrive to our final destination at 895 Second Avenue, Redwood City, CA 94063
A little background:
Cinco de Mayo is not Mexican Independence Day. Mexico’s Independence Day is actually September 16th and marks the anniversary of the “Cry of Dolores” – the ringing of bells from a church in 1810 that signaled the call to arms for Mexican independence from Spanish rule.
Instead, Cinco de Mayo commemorates a specific battle that occurred more than fifty years later. During the Second French Intervention in Mexico, the Mexican army was vastly outnumbered by the French forces. Despite the overwhelming odds, the Mexican forces were able to overcome the better-outfitted French army, slowing their march toward Mexico City.
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