Hostel Condesa Chapultepec

Address: Cozumel 53-A, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06700, Mexico | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Zona Rosa area of Mexico City, is near Palancar Reef, Zona Rosa, Gran Hotel Ciudad de México, and Museo Casa Ruth Lechuga.
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    The Sun Stone

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 27, 2015

    8 photos

    Day 251 We weren't all that prompt to get out of the flat this morning but Ben did at least put Martin's CD collection in alphabetical order. Martin didn't necessarily want this job doing but Ben took it upon himself anyway. Walking southwards through town, we set a course for Chapultepec Park. As we got to the park's edge, we saw dozens of coaches parked on the road side. There might have been as many as 100 of them. There was the noise of many people making their presence ...

    Starting the Mexican adventure in DF....

    A travel blog entry by julietandthesea on Jan 02, 2015

    28 photos

    ... tourist attraction for us, because everything was just "so cheap". As an example, go out and buy a whole kilo of avocado for only 1€, whereas you spend the same amount for only one fruit in Germany.

    At any time we have to say, people where absolutely helpful in any way. Especially the police staff was happy to help, as there are so many around, they seem mostly very borred. As you might have heard, the level of corruption in ...

    Day 3

    A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jul 31, 2014

    1 comment, 82 photos

    ... for warriors; and detailed the precise nesting architecture of the Aztec pyramid construction, which you can read about in the link above. It was remarkable to walk amongst these ruins, to see paint on the walls, and to watch current archaeologists carefully continuing the work from 40 years or more ago. Admission to the Templo Mayor museum was included in the price, but since we had been to the ...


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 31, 2014

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    ... it re his hips from yesterday. When I suggested he might change his mind if Suzie was staying behind, he became a tad tongue tied.

    Left at 0907. Sid shortly turned around to give the day's drill, including after dinner 'getting rid of the Mexican'. He suggested we were spending 2H with the butterflies which seemed long. He's got a great sense of humour. I don't think he should have added a tip re the hotel's meals. At day's end, it is still discretionary.

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    THE place for food lovers

    A travel blog entry by bulaska on Dec 06, 2013

    36 photos

    ... It's divided in four quadrants based on two main axes - Calzado de los Muertos and the East-West Avenue. There are two main pyramids - Pyramid of the Sun and the slightly smaller Pyramid of the Moon. You can climb on both of them and it's a steep climb, but worth it! Apart from the pyramids there is a temple of Quetzalcoatl and two museums - one of the murals and the other one about the life in the city, which at its best time counted 85 000 inhabitants.