Travel Blogs from Mexico City, Mexico

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Metropolis, Megapolis, Mexicopolis, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Metropolis, Megapolis, Mexicopolis

A travel blog entry by jotraveller

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... you feel lonely and depressed! The Frida Kahlo museum is a little museum in the bario Coyoacan witch is really interesting to visit. Mexico city is however not a place where you want to stay for more than a couple of days. The pollution is not only ...

Feliz Navidad..., Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Feliz Navidad...

A travel blog entry by marktjhung

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... when the words 'feliz navidad' prompt Boney M's Christmas Album in one's mind.  Volumes.  As I wander across Mexico City's magnificent Zocalo, the spiritual centre of both ancient and modern Mexico, beyond the fluorescent glow of the giant ...

5am in Mexico City, Again!, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

5am in Mexico City, Again!

A travel blog entry by dospollos

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... so till next bus so grab a doughnut and don all our layers of clothing in attempt to warm up. Not much more to say. Two very tired gringos and an uneventful gap in transit. PS Not very interesting but we wanted Mexico City on the map of our route ...

Big Big City (In Fact, the Biggest), Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Big Big City (In Fact, the Biggest)

A travel blog entry by andrewandjacque

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... . It has a great double spiral stairway all in cracked up marble (there are a lot of sagging and swaying buildings in Mexico City due to earthquakes, spongy soil, and building on top of Aztec pyramids--some of these buildings are shockingly and obviously ...

Hola Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Hola Mexico

A travel blog entry by travellingtans

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... ’s been trooping along and still getting out and about to see the sights. We spent most of Christmas travelling from San Francisco to Mexico City via Dallas and touched down a little after 7 in the evening. There was a bit of snow when we landed in ...

Rattlesnake Paranoia, Silver City, United States travel blog

Rattlesnake Paranoia

A travel blog entry by patry

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... the trip but we seemed to keep missing them.  We were excited to found out our timing worked to go to the Silver City farmers market.  We went right there first and had fun walking around.  There wasn't much fresh produce left but we were ...

Amigas or Commodore 64s?, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Amigas or Commodore 64s?

A travel blog entry by marktjhung

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... 'And how do you say "Can I have a beer"?'.  Hannah.  Lounging on absorbing couches, below fanning umbrellas in Mexico City's ritzy Polanco, the essential of Spanish are quickly learned.  The arrival of hannah and mel from the height of ...

Feeling shitty in Mexico City, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Feeling shitty in Mexico City

A travel blog entry by andrewanderica

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... round the world ticket finishes with a flight to London then the shuttle back up to Manchester. Oh well we still have a night in Mexico City, which will probably involve looking for a worm that lives in the bottom of tequila bottles, Im sure if we drink ...

I HEART MEXICO CITY, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

I HEART MEXICO CITY

A travel blog entry by muddyfeet

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Dios Mio!!!!  Anyone that says Mexico City is not worth visiting, get in and out, no need for more than a few days, surely did not spend time truly getting to know this cityMexico City is full of art and culture.  There are museums ...

Mexico City - Mayans World, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Mexico City - Mayans World

A travel blog entry by erriuc

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Mexico City (Anthropology Museum) - Mayans ...

Mexico City, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by eatdessertfirst

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Mexican Madness, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Mexican Madness

A travel blog entry by worldofbintang

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... (and tequila), watching football) then today we went to see Americas play at the Aztec Stadium. Fortunately the Americas (one of Mexico City's home teams) won, even so the atmosphere at the ground was great. We are hopefully moving on to Taxco tomorrow - ...

Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Ciudad de Mexico

A travel blog entry by alexndean

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... disappointed, it was pleasant enough but nothing to write home about (although I just kind of have!) All in all I liked Mexico City, I'm not sure I could live there but it is interesting to visit. On every corner there is somebody selling something, ...

Mexico City - Aztecs World, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Mexico City - Aztecs World

A travel blog entry by erriuc

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Mexico City - Olmecs World, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Mexico City - Olmecs World

A travel blog entry by erriuc

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Mexico City - Olmecs ...

Mexico City, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by erriuc

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... a few weeks here, 4 hostels, hundreds of pictures taken, douzens of tortillas and probably around a 100km walked, I can say that Mexico City is one of the great city I have visited.  It is really here that I could feel myself feeling really ...

The Largest City in the World, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

The Largest City in the World

A travel blog entry by dospollos

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... sell it. Every night is a party. We are staying in the Centro Historico, on the Zocolo the main square in Mexico city where the palace, government buildings and cathedral are. Its always filled with street artists and buskers and the street food is ...

Mexico City, Teotihuacan, Acapulco, Taxco, Mexico City, Teotihuacan, Acapulco, Taxco, Mexico travel blog

Mexico City, Teotihuacan, Acapulco, Taxco

A travel blog entry by marc-patty

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... choose between walking back and risk getting mugged on the street, or catching a taxi and risk getting mugged in the taxi. Mexico City's taxis have a notorious reputation for robberies against tourists at night. To reduce our risk, we don't tell the ...

Southern Mexico, Oaxaca City, Mexico travel blog

Southern Mexico

A travel blog entry by greg-adrienne

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... the first place we would recommend to someone looking to get away from the beach/resort towns and experience colonial Mexico. It is a solidly middle-class city - in some neighborhoods, it could be mistaken for a suburb of LA - with all the modern ...

just a quicky, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

just a quicky

A travel blog entry by mhaebich

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... this inner city area, bought some crappy touristy presents for all the people we'd been missing back in aus. Dynamic city; galleries, grand architecture old and new, busy but not oppressively so. Soup for lunch in a nice little vegetarian ...

Episode 12:  The 2nd Largest City in the World, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Episode 12: The 2nd Largest City in the World

A travel blog entry by jeffsadventures

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... 12:  The one where the author visits the world's second most populous city on the planet. With around 22 million residents, Mexico City actually takes a distant second place to the city that holds the number one spot as the world's most ...

First day as 'independent' travellers, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

First day as 'independent' travellers

A travel blog entry by tom_hollie_2010

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... filming the conversation so we are hopeing it does not appear on YouTube any time soon. The crime rate is really high in Mexico City but even though it was only for 2 days the Mexican people are really friendly and generally quite welcoming. Hollie ...

Mexico City - PreClassic World, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Mexico City - PreClassic World

A travel blog entry by erriuc

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Lazy Day in Mexico City, Mexico City (Distrito Federal, D.F), Mexico travel blog

Lazy Day in Mexico City

A travel blog entry by rbisset

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Had a really late start today as we really had nothing to do. I didn't manage to wake up in time for the breakfast so we headed off to Starbucks down the road for a coffee injection and a sandwich to get the day started. But there wasn't really any ...

Back on track, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Back on track

A travel blog entry by esbjorn

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For my return to Mexico City I had booked another hostal then last time, as the amigo hostal had been a little too dirty, smelly and with too much beds in one room. I choose the sister hostal Moneda, of which I had heard and read good things. There ...

Happy in Mexico City, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Happy in Mexico City

A travel blog entry by sarahwalsh

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... big one, the Anthropology Museum. Let me tell you about the Anthropology Museum. Firstly it is in the Chapultepec forest section of Mexico City. Chapultepec means cricket sitting on a rock, which I think is pretty cute. The building is a bit of a ...

Leaving Mexico without Tequilla, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Leaving Mexico without Tequilla

A travel blog entry by off_road_clara

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... for the folks back home. As i am touching back into France before the UK, whatever liquor I buy will be confiscated. What a shame. And no Tony Blair to blame for any of this anymore! Oh well, that's how it goes I suppose. Adios Mexico. Bonjour ...

Maniacal Mexico City - Noise, Noise, More Noise!, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Maniacal Mexico City - Noise, Noise, More Noise!

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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... The matador then picks up each one and throws it back to the owner as he does a triumphant circle of the stadium. To sum up Mexico City is a difficult task but the words lively, colourful, noisy, bawdy, gaudy, vibrant,and cultured all come to mind. Such a ...

Mexico City, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by greg-adrienne

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... some 2000 years ago. Following our day at Teotihuacan, we headed east towards the city of Puebla. Highlights of Mexico City: - Temple Mayor, the partially restored Aztec ruins in the centre of Mexico City that were discovered in 1978. The ...

MEH-hee-ko, Mexico City, Mexico travel blog

MEH-hee-ko

A travel blog entry by bonkers

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... some Kiwi's and have already met some cool folk. I'm even picking up a few more words of Espanol. Well what can I say about Mexico City, it's the biggest in the world with more than 24 million people and it took us 20 minutes just to fly over the edge ...

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