Casa Comtesse

Benjamin Franklin 197, esq con Ometusco, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06100, Mexico | B&B
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Mexico City-Part 2

A travel blog entry by ksullivan


... she actually didn't know) would know. She proceeded to ask him for me, which is what caught my attention. Turned out, I was on the wrong street so I backtracked and just ended up going home the way I came.

The rain finally came, and it was another torrential downpour. I was wetter than last time--my jeans were completely soaked top to bottom and the back of my shirt was wet. Yikes! I did, however, make my way home through the Zona Rosa ...

Our last Mexico City Day Tour - South Side

A travel blog entry by onighjoy


... it was really fun. Actually when they started to play, other boats started to pull up beside to get a free song. They should've pitched in! On the way back to the dock, I had a turn at guiding, pushing the boat with the big stick. Damn hard and obviously I didn't have any technique, so when the boat was turning 180 degrees, the captain stepped back into right the boat.

On to UNAM, the main Mexican university. What a beautiful and huge campus. Lucky students. We came ...

2. Things do not go as planned

A travel blog entry by mlloyd

... The young woman smiled at me, stamped my passport and waved me to customs. “Welcome to Mexico,” she said.

Huh? The part of my trip that I thought would be easy, getting to my flight in MInneapolis, turned out to be difficult, while the thing I thought would be hard, getting through immigration, was simple.

Well, maybe customs was where things would get scary. I pulled out my form, still not completed, and looked for someone to ...

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97


... image of Mary. This is framed and hung on a wall above a pair of little travelators that move people back and forth in front of it. There’s also a large statue of Pope John Paul II who visited the site four times.

The driver had just dropped me back at my hotel when he received a call from the other tour guide telling him he was still at the basilica with my original group. I walked to El Cardinal again in the hope of having my last meal in Mexico there but finally ...

Wet and Wild in Mexico

A travel blog entry by colin


... Holbox were the sunsets - spectacular. Just watching them was a lovely way to spend some time each evening.

We decided to move on the next day to Cancun. Neither of us really wanted to go to Cancun but we had a flight booked from there back to Mexico City (better than 2 or 3 days in buses) and it was too early for us to be able to get there from Holbox. So we figured that rather than just one night in Cancun we might as well have two so we could at ...

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This B&B, located in the Miguel Hidalgo area of Mexico City, is near Monumento a los Niños Héroes, Plaza Mijares, Museo Capilla Alfonsina, and Galeria Museo.
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