Ramada Reforma

Address: Puente de Alvarado No 22, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06030, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Mexico City


    A travel blog entry by nmblohm on Jul 21, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... are dead, take a cab back from the bus station. The stairs in the metro won't make it better. ;) When we got back from the ruins, we visited the Cathedral and took a brief rest before heading to dinner at La Rambla, a very cute Uruguayan steak house. It definitely had a hipster feel and everyone was very friendly. I thought it would be a great fit for Bay View! Today was a much better day than Sunday! Hopefully we will continue our upward ...

    Mexico City and beyond!

    A travel blog entry by pbrettig on Oct 27, 2013

    27 photos

    ... floating along behind us! We were entertained by a marriachi band (i'm sure that's not how you spell ir!) and much tequila was consumed. I'm very glad I only had a small amount, as a few others had way way too much and it was not pretty on the bus ride home! Next it was off to Puebla, a quaint town with more churches and museums! The main square was really nice, manicured gardens and we started to see Day of the Dead ...

    Ancient/Modern D.F.

    A travel blog entry by zendrik on Aug 26, 2013

    5 photos

    ... the board. But are we too about to witness the fall of our civilization through the hubris of our leaders? How do we prevent the inevitable collapse of an hierarchical structure when it seems that renewal is the only way to keep things fresh and true. Can we create a new society that is equal and fair? Can we live in such a way that the strong do not dominate the weak? Can we learn from history and live in harmony with one ...

    Ciudad de Mexico

    A travel blog entry by paulandjemma on Mar 27, 2013

    10 photos

    ... is the most visited archaeological site in Mexico.

    We had already seen some of the most important objects that were found at Teotihuacan as they are on display at the Museo Nacional de Antropologia to preserve them from the elements and it was fascinating to see where they had come from. We spent a couple of hours wandering around the site and finished by climbing the Pyramid of the Sun for a stunning 360 degree panoramic view of the area with mountains in ...

    Back in Mexico City

    A travel blog entry by felixyorugua on Jan 11, 2013

    18 photos

    ... even in the most touristic places (the exception being Chichen Itza). The known phrase 'mi casa es tu casa' is not a myth, Mexicans are extremely welcoming ( as well as very proud of their country and culture) and we were very lucky to be hosted by the Cruz Murieta family to whom we are very grateful. Finally, Mexico offers a really nice range of things to do from old ruins to gorgeous beaches, as well as cute cities and beautiful art and handicraft, all of this at a very reasonable ...