Hotel Bristol

Playa Necaxa 17 Col. Cuauhtemoc, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06500, Mexico | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Reforma/Downtown area of Mexico City, is near Templo de Santo Domingo, Museo de Ambar, Jardin de Orquideas Moxviquil JOM, and Moxviquil.
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    Travel Blogs from Mexico City

    The Last City on my List

    A travel blog entry by deni367 on May 27, 2014

    31 photos

    ... breakfast was served and then quickly jumped on the city's modern and amazing Metro. I walked through q huge park to arrive at the anthropological museum. Everyone told me if I was to see one museum, this was it. It really was an amazing museum portraying the Mexican people since the dawn of man in the north American land, to the Maya and an array of other groups of people which have made Mexico into the modern day marvel it is. My plan after the museum was to visit 'the ...

    Week 3

    A travel blog entry by lagringarubia on May 25, 2014

    5 photos

    ... where we rode around the ancient chinampas in beautifully decorated boats while vendors came floating up to our boats with food and music. Monday was a test day, so after class we came home and took a long needed siesta. We took a half day of class on Tuesday and went to el Museo Interactivo de Economía, or el MIDE for short. It wasn't necessarily my thing, we went to a fantastic churro place after, so I consider it a good day in ...

    Architecture, Anthropology, and Alcohol

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Dec 13, 2013

    153 photos

    ... seating, music, and an altar. Most amusing was the dining rooms, where guests were forced to bend down to remove their food from a low table, causing them to genuflect towards a cross in the motion. The garden was gorgeous, and we thoroughly enjoyed the tour.

    From the studio, we wanted to cross to the park, but we kept encountering high walls, barbed wire, and armed policemen. Later, we learned that this region held the ...

    Museo Nacional de Anytopologia

    A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Nov 23, 2013

    1 comment, 67 photos

    ... normal; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.66px;">I knew that once I had exited the station I had to head north. Remembered that the phone had some apps so I decided to use the compass and map. I found the monument and to my surprise it was an extremely tall modern finger pointing skywards. I had expected a monument of an old Mexican leader or war hero. My gut feeling was ...

    Mexico City

    A travel blog entry by exploreamerica on Jul 13, 2012

    ... br> to Aztecs and Toltecs. The springs from here once provided the water to
    Tenochtitlan. Construction of the castle, though, began in 15. In the
    19th century it became the headquarters for Mexico's military academy.
    The castle later became the presidential ...