Hostal B&B Dos Fridas y Diego

Rio Lerma 130, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06600, Mexico | Hostel
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Zocalo, Cathedral, Wrestling and Semana Santa

A travel blog entry by livingthedream


... floor of the hostel for breakfast. No sooner had I put food in my mouth I felt the whole building swaying from side to side. I hadn't been drinking the night before so I knew it wasn’t a hangover…. I do suffer from vertigo, so that had me questioning what was happening. A few girls sitting at a nearby table got up and started running for the exit, that is when I knew it wasn’t my imagination! Lasted about 20 seconds and later found it measured 7.2 on ...

Week Seventeen

A travel blog entry by sian_and_jim


... to another Tequileria for dinner - this one offered over 160 styles of tequila. We settled on three which we shared along with some traditional quesadillas and tacos. After a delicious (and cheap!) dinner we went to the famous Garibaldi Square, known as the hub for Mariacchi bands. Not as many Mariacchis as Jim had hoped for but a lot of fun nonetheless. We then had to say goodbye to Mexico for good the next day as we jumped on a plane to Guatemala, bound for El Salvador. Jim and Sian ...

Aztec celebration

A travel blog entry by chasqui1970


... and Customs you would be drained and ready to give up on the day. That was always my impression of the Big City, this time it was much different. Since I had arrived in Mexico on Tuesday the 24th via Tijuana and was able to pass through immigration there, I was able to fly directly from Tijuana to Mexico City on a domestic flight, and I was not herded with the masses through ...

Ciudad de Mexico

A travel blog entry by paulandjemma


Day One Hundred and Ninety Six - Thursday 21st March 2013 PM

We landed on time in Mexico City and were relieved to see both bags eventually emerging through the hatch onto the luggage carousel. Paul made contact with his friend Gustavo by means of a text message - the first time we had used a mobile phone in over six months - and we had only been waiting in the arrivals area for a few minutes when Gustavo arrived to pick us up in his car and whisk us off to ...

Over the hills, through Mexico City to Lima we go!

A travel blog entry by 2-roads


To leave the airport and explore the city or not, that is the real question. After asking numerous people and reading numerous threads on line we were in a state of utter confusion. Most people we spoke with said that a 6 hour layover is definitely not enough time to leave the airport. On the other hand common sense said that Centro is only 30 min. away, so WHY NOT?
Luckily we listened to our instinct and hopped on the Metro City Bus. It took us straight ...

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This hostel, located in the Reforma/Downtown area of Mexico City, is near Frida Kahlo Museum (Museo Frida Kahlo), Zona Rosa, Ciudadela Curio Market, and Museo Casa de Carranza.
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