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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Home Mexico City
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.
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Arriving in Mexico City was a rollercoaster of emotion, from the excitement of the first real stop on our travels to the nervousness of arriving in a country that is known for its high murder rate and low quality of life! Understanding the traits of the country was always going to be the interesting part but not before being submerged in the …
... br> To get to the museum from our hotel, we passed through Chapultepec Park, a lovely Mexican version of Central Park. Its right next to our hotel and has lots of beauty. We should spend some more time in there. More museums and castles to see. On the list.
In the late afternoon, we revisited the Churros place as well the Pulqueria. I ordered two large pulque to go and drank them ...
... like ours, were filled with local families out for a picnic on the boat. Then there were all kinds of vendor boats that would come up to our boat selling food and trinkets. There were also tiny boats filled with mariachi bands. We hired ...
... the top. It was rebuilt wrongly in like the 1950’s and has 5 steps in the pyramid rather than 4, but frankly I was OK with this, as the agreement was to stop off at each level! LOL! One more stop to “admire the view” (catch my breath). We arrive at the top after about 20 mins climbing (it isn’t that big in the whole scheme of things but I am super unfit here) and then proceed to have ...
... any pink, so I sent it back and replaced it with the shredded beef with sauce that was very good!
We had a leisurely walk back to our hotel, and since it was still relatively early, I finished reading
The 8th Confession.
In the morning, I purchased a cup of coffee in the hotel lobby, and sat in the lobby to enjoy the world go by. We met ...