Hostal La Buena Vida

Address: Mazatlan 190, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06170, Mexico | 2 star hostel
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Location

This 2 star hostel, located on Mazatlan 190, 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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Travel Blogs from Mexico City

México DF

A travel blog entry by rigelmoon on Mar 15, 2013

183 photos

Siendo el año de la buena vida, el hostel del DF acompaña nuestro sentimiento llamándose "la buena vida". Estamos alojadas en el barrio Condesa, que por recomendación de mi hermano era una zona linda, onda palermitana. Llegamos temprano, desayunamos en Sanborn's y recorrimos el barrio. Fuimos a TAPO a comprar los pasajes de micros de todos nuestros …

Vamos Mexico! A week in Mexico City

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jun 08, 2014

2 comments, 37 photos

... br> We head out later in the morning to explore Roma and Condesa. It is about 10ish when we are in the subway and I would have thought rush hour was finished, no. We still had to push on and off the trains. First stop was Insurgentes station and we pick a road from the lonely planet and begin our walk. There are lots of stalls near the station selling x-rated outfits, some weird people like to dress as Captain America apparently. There are again lots of taco stalls near the station ...

MEXICO CITY- THE LAND OF THE TACOS

A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Jan 19, 2014

38 photos

... in Mexico City but moved to Tasmania to do his PHD in aquaculture. He lived in Launceston for 5 years & during this time he was a member of the Embers (Stuie's band). Stu hadn't seen Leo for 5 years and was so excited to be seeing his old friend again but this time in his own country. I didn't know much about Leo other than they called him the crazy Mexican & within the first hour of meeting him I could see why. Leo was a barrel of laughs every minute. So ...

D.F.

A travel blog entry by minicooper on Dec 21, 2013

18 photos

... day a new reform had just been passed, and the president was there, so it was impossible to Enter the Palacio National of the ruins of a Mayan site they had started to excavate from underneath the cathedral. Nonetheless, i went in the cathedral, and then to the secretario de educacion publica which has over 100 Diego Rivera murales painted around its walls. The metro on the way back was filled with people selling everything from sweets and DVDs to gloves and headphones, ...

Teotihuacan

A travel blog entry by thelliotts on Sep 27, 2013

26 photos

... and allow it to ferment for 24 hours. It then turns into pulque, a 4 % alcoholic drink. The priests would use pulque for religious ceremonies... it allowed them spiritual contact with the gods. After they imbibed pulque, they would proclaim their visions from the gods to the people.

The maguey cactus also contains "paper" in its large leaves. We witnessed a leave cut and the lining peeled out for durable paper ...