Condesa Haus

Cuernavaca 142, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06140, Mexico | B&B
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Torture, religion & guns

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Mar 07, 2014

1 comment, 60 photos

... tickling is considered a torture so if I haven’t already reported Zoe to the Geneva Convention of human rights Chris/Alex you can next time she tickles you.

We still had time to visit the Temple Mayor the centre piece of the Aztec capital in Mexico City that happens to be right next to the Cathedral and was found randomly by people investigating putting a new metro station in. They still managed to run a sewage pipe straight through the remains in the early ...

¡Eso es todo amigos!

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Jan 24, 2014

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My last 24 hours in Mexico were ones of mixed emotions. I'd been away for nigh on a full year and had an amazing trip, but I felt ready to go home too and looked forward to London life. For the final night of my trip, I splashed out one last time, on a zocalo hotel. I arrived in the evening, took a long hot bath, ordered room service and wrapped up in a dressing gown. I'd agreed a late check out, so enjoyed a short lie in the following day and then headed out and about. ...

A day in Mexico City

A travel blog entry by sarahguzzy on Jan 18, 2014

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... day.  Inside of the building Diego Rivera's murals are hanging throughout the walls.  Diego Rivera's murals are so popular, especially in Mexico, because all of his murals tell Mexico's history in a unique way.  The murals had so much detail and they really were extraordinary to look at.  Most of his murals took several years for him to make.    We then loaded back onto the bus and drove about an hour to Xochimilco. ...

Day 21 - a Teotihuacan experience

A travel blog entry by ai_firestone on Oct 20, 2013

12 photos

Today we took a guided tour from our hostel to the Teotihuacan (pronounced teo-t-wick-an) ruins- which date back to around 100AD. Before we headed out there, we first stopped at Tlatelolco, an Aztec site, which dates to around the 1300s but was buried when the spanish gained control of Mexico. The site we were at was sacred ground- and you could see the walls outlining the area, temple steps, platforms, bathing areas (kinda like a sauna today) and skeletons of what is believed ...

School friend in Mexico City

A travel blog entry by onighjoy on Jan 26, 2013

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Its been 18 years since I left high school and in some cases, I haven't seen some of my high school friends since 1994. As I was in HK at the time, I missed the 10 and 15 year reunions. It so happened that today, I met up with David Handelsmann, 18 years since the HSC. Ollie Watts had told me he was here, so I did the normal thing and contacted him through FB. Its always fantastic to meet up with people who belonged to your past and today was no different. With so ...

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This B&B, located in the Cuauhtémoc area of Mexico City, is near Monumento a los Niños Héroes, Ruth Lechuga Museum and Home, Museo Casa Ruth Lechuga, and Museo Capilla Alfonsina.
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