Mexico bids goodbye to ‘Gabo,’ famed adopted son

A young woman wears a headband of yellow paper butterflies as she waits to enter an homage for Colombian Nobel Literature laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez at the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City, Monday, April 21, 2014. Garcia Marquez, known throughout Latin American and much of the world simply as "Gabo," lived in Mexico for decades and wrote some of his best-known works here, included the renowned "100 Years of Solitude." He died Thursday in Mexico City at age 87. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)MEXICO CITY (AP) — Long into the night, the line of mourners stretched for nearly a mile, waiting their turn to file into Mexico City’s majestic Palace of Fine Arts and bid farewell to Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Colombian Nobel laureate considered one of the greatest Spanish-language authors of all time.