Best Western Estoril

Address: Luis Moya 93, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06070, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Luis Moya 93, Mexico City, is near Parque Tangamanga, Plaza de San Francisco, Palacio de Gobierno, and Casa Othón/Museo Othoniano.
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        Antigua to Mexico City

        A travel blog entry by bellyschoeffel on Sep 07, 2015

        2 comments, 26 photos

        ... them, and will not continue to do so) on the 26th of August. We stayed in a very nice hotel which Jennifer and Richard had found - and wherein they were. Beoodiful! Antigua is gorgeous, and considerably cooler than Rio Dulce thank goodness. Himself had a nasty cold (which he generously gave to me, and subsequently to Jean) but he was, as is his wont, heroic. We dined out, wandered about, and booked in for a bus trip to the Pacaya Volcano ...

        The Sun Stone

        A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 27, 2015

        8 photos

        ... face is an image of the Sun God's head. His dagger-shaped tongue is protruding and, in each of his outstretched hands, he holds a human heart. Around that central image are carvings of the four suns that once were. In the next ring are symbols representing the 20 days of the Aztec calendar. In an outer ring are dagger sunbeams surrounded by fire snakes. We sat and looked upon the stone for some time. For many years, the stone lay buried in the city centre, where his ...

        San Luis Potosi

        A travel blog entry by diekleine on Mar 02, 2015

        22 photos

        ... old town.

        I spent most of the time of the afternoon on going on a trip to San Pedro, which is close to San Luis. My new host dropped me off on the highway at the turn off to San Pedro, where a small road led to the mining town. To walk 10 km under the blazing sun and 35 degrees was quite exhausting, so I was glad when I reached San Pedro after about 2 hours. This mining town had become a ghost town after they had shut down the mines. It had something magical ...

        Super Bowl, super fit students, super rico food

        A travel blog entry by charlaisy on Feb 03, 2015

        5 photos

        ... shouted "centro" at us in the middle of the tunnel, at which we assumed he meant to wait here for a bus to centro. Therefore, we took the sensible decision of asking the next bus driver if he went to the theatre. "Si, si" he encouragingly said and on we got. 20 minutes later, consulting our inspirational Google offline map and finding we were FAR in the wrong direction, we asked him again and again, he confidently said "si, si!" Needless to say, we eventually ...

        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 ...