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Address: Tabasco No 303 Col Roma, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06700, Mexico | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Cuauhtémoc area of Mexico City, is near Palancar Reef, Gran Hotel Ciudad de México, Plaza de Armas, and Museo Zacatecano.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Home Mexico City

    Reviewed by alanis

    lack of facility

    Reviewed Jan 16, 2012
    by (2 reviews) Seoul , Korea Rep. Flag of Korea Rep.

    I stayed here for just one night and moved to Hostel 333 on block away. The room was so cold and the bed was also in bad condition. didnt worth of 170 pesos at all.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hostel Home Mexico City

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Mexico City

    Day I short tour of Mexico city

    A travel blog entry by hamz on Oct 14, 2013

    2 photos

    ... areas and learnt much from Cathy along the way. We finished at the Shrine of Guadalupe which was pretty amazing. Again here the evidence of the sinking city with the older churches on quite a lean. Devoted Catholics were attending a service, others arriving to worship Guadalupe having crawled on their knees one in tears so overcome with emotion or was it the pain? After returning to the hotel we walked until we could not any more and enjoyed a cerveza in a local ...

    Getting to know the Congregations

    A travel blog entry by hereiamsendme on Jan 10, 2013

    ... run out without getting to know any of the friends :-( My mom and I really enjoyed the experience and want to return to visit with another sister from the Spanish hall who is also very curious about sign language. Actually its amazing how many friends from other congregations have expressed interest in sign language!

    This week I have been out in service most days. You'd think it would be easy to just preach for endless hours since I'm not working! But ...

    City of Culture, Churches, Synagogues & Streetlife

    A travel blog entry by jmabro on Dec 15, 2011

    74 photos

    ... on a noticeboard that a stamp had been made in 2005 in honour of the centenary of the Ashekanzie community's presence in Mexico. Quite amazing in a predominately Catholic country! We thanked our hosts (what a well spent bribe :-) and went off to find a coffee shop. We saw one that looked good and then realised that the guy standing outside talking on a megaphone was actually from the same place and busy inviting all passers-by into the coffee shop, hilarious :-) On entering, we ...

    Mexico City: it makes Saigon seem peaceful

    A travel blog entry by conchwillow on Aug 07, 2011

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... flops. For two reasons, 1) walking for miles in flip flops is criminal for the arches, and 2) standing out like a sore thumb in a crowd enabled one friendly drunken vagrant to follow us across the Zocalo Square, take me by the arm and refuse to let go until Ana, bless her, gently persuaded him to do so. Ana seemed a bit embarrassed but of course it was all my own fault for trying to look like a beach bum. More of ...

    Now is the time to say Goodbye ....

    A travel blog entry by captain-slog on Apr 05, 2010

    ... he should try at least two mouthfuls of the eggs in order to know what they taste like!! Julie was crowing yesterday that this young man had actually managed to walk to the little farm next door and buy a bottle of pop. Of course he wasn't allowed to drink it because he had already had his one for the week!! Went off with everyone to say goodbye to the horses and got badly mugged by the eight Boxer pups, four on each leg, teeth firmly clamped onto my jeans. They are ...