Hostel Condesa Chapultepec

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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    A travel blog entry by nmblohm on Jul 20, 2014

    1 comment

    ... and we drove around the block and had to ask several different people). Fail. Alright, so Im being dramatic. All in all, we made it in one crabby piece, and we got it out of our system. Truth is, our hotel is great. Its right on the main square with the cathedral, the national palace, and a sweet rooftop view I'm sure you will be hearing more about. And we have lots to look forward to doing in this great big city. Lets just hope our next bus ride is smoother ...

    Week Seventeen

    A travel blog entry by sian_and_jim on Oct 27, 2013

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    ... wrong and we had a very enjoyable time testing out the variety of coffee shops, chocolate shops and splurging on dinner at Pitiona - a restaurant which made the Top 50 list in Latin America. We also tested out the mezcal (a strong spirit made from agave, similar to tequila but far more traditional/less commercialised) but decided it was probably not the drink for us. We also made our way into the surrounding area to check out the famous Hierve El Agua (literally translated means ...

    Ancient/Modern D.F.

    A travel blog entry by zendrik on Aug 26, 2013

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    ... recently more about their civilization. According to one historian, the mysterious decline or disappearance of the great Maya civilization can be ascribed to a simple cause - peasant revolt. That the people lost faith in their leaders. Indeed the sense one gets from these massive structures and the piecing together of the history is one of very unequal societies, with the higher classes, rulers and priests, living in ...

    Ciudad de Mexico

    A travel blog entry by paulandjemma on Mar 27, 2013

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    ... for its spa treatments and even UFO sightings. We wandered around the busy streets thronging with tourists and market stalls selling traditional Mexican crafts under the warm late afternoon sun before driving back through the parched mountain scenery to Mexico City.

    Day Two Hundred - Monday 25th March 2013

    We drove out of Mexico City again, this time to the northeast to the vast archaeological site at Teotihuacan where there are extensive ...

    6. My imagination is a scarier place than Mexico

    A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Jul 14, 2012

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    ... bus left, so I wandered around the station. It was large and airy, with high ceilings and tiled floors. There were bakeries and cafes, convenience stores and book sellers. And in the center, safely roped off from the crowds, was a large statue of the Virgin Mary. Positioned outside the cordon, on either side of her, were two kiosks. It turned out that was where you bought your taxi tickets. You paid your fare in advance based on which section of the city you were going to. ...