Hostal Cuija Coyoacan

Address: Berlin #268, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 04100, Mexico | Hostel
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Location

This hostel, located on Berlin #268, Mexico City, is near Casa Azul, Coyoacan, Museo León Trotsky, and Museo del Automóvil.
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    Travel Blogs from Mexico City

    Welcoming a New U.S. & Mexican Citizen

    A travel blog entry by saundersfamily on Aug 30, 2014

    3 comments, 32 photos

    ... Our doula, Glenda F , was the best support birthing parents could have. I was able to have a natural birth (not a single needle or drug used) within 4 hours of arriving at the hospital. (I was actually in labor 15 hours but didn't realize it was true labor until very late.) The fear was completely taken out of giving birth and for that we are ...

    Heat Wave in April

    A travel blog entry by saundersfamily on Apr 19, 2014

    9 photos

    ... to alleviate the heat in our place and were told nothing could be done outside of our own purchase of a few floor fans. Additionally, we were told if we tried to install an AC unit (at our own expense) we would be charged for any changes to the apartment and the rise in the electric bill. So, I tried to come up with my own ways to cool our ...

    Zocolo by Night

    A travel blog entry by fielderbeaumont on Apr 28, 2013

    2 comments, 1 photo

    We stood mesmerised and glossy eyed as we watched the Incas dancing as they jigged around their animal toenails while wearing traditional ritual costumes like a turquoise feathers like they have a peacock on their heads. Some had animal skulls on their heads. The animal toenails, sewn onto a piece of material, rattle as they move backwards and forwards. They dance around the Incan chief who stands in the middle, holding ceremonial ...

    Getting into the swing of things!

    A travel blog entry by slw321 on Aug 19, 2012

    17 photos

    ... newly excavated remains of the old Aztec temple in the centre of Tenochtitlan. When the Spanish conquered this area they located their capital city on top of the old Aztec capital. The name Mexico was taken from the name of the main tribe of Mexicana who made up the Aztec nation. For a long time it was assumed that the main pyramid housing the temple was buried underneath the cathedral. They only discovered that this was not the case in 1978 which was when ...

    From Mayans to Mummies to Azteks ...

    A travel blog entry by maz360 on Jan 13, 2012

    67 photos

    ... wanted to take photos but I did because it was fascinating. The most disturbing sight was the world's smallest mummy, a fetus, and some babies. One of those things that you don't want to look at but can't look away. After this experience the rest of Guanajato kind of faded but it is also a beautiful city, full of cathedrals and on every corner there seems to be a plaza with fountains and colourful cafes.

    A few days later I said goodbye to Dulce and her family and went ...