Camino Real Pedregal

Address: Periferico Sur 3647, Col Heroes De Padierna, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 10700, Mexico | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Periferico Sur 3647, Col Heroes De Padierna, Mexico City, is near Zocalo, El Rey Ruins (Zona Arqueologica El Rey), Mayan Aqua Dive, and Cancun Convention Center.
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      Journal Entry on Mexico

      A travel blog entry by latin-america on Oct 31, 2014

      1 photo

      ... clothing store. "Those capes next to them are called quechquemitls." "And this," she said holding the end of her shawl in her hand, "is called a rebozo."
      After that we stopped by a restaurant. Ther, my ...

      Frida's Casa Azul and the delights of Coyoacá

      A travel blog entry by catherineforbes on Jul 29, 2014

      2 comments, 21 photos

      ... metro, which is just around the corner, and the cost of this experience, to travel ANYWHERE on the pretty extensive network was 5 pesos. That's 22p in English money! Unbelievably cheap. It's always interesting using public transport when travelling abroad - it's fundamentally the same but with basic differences. Now the machismo (or downright inappropriate sexual behaviour) of the Latin male is well documented and the brazen staring at all the time does get a bit wearing, but ...


      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 31, 2014

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      ... Only scooters and motorcycles were making any pace, bobbing and weaving amongst traffic. Sid said his Mexican genetics told him we would arrive in 35M and 42S [he was low]. The worst thing about meeting him is doing so on a short trip. Our crawl allowed Sid to give Pedro his money. The surprising thing about the traffic is at this time of the day back home the slow pace is leaving the city; here, it was the opposite.

      There were two large protests in the DF today. One was ...

      The end

      A travel blog entry by miller.mba2011 on Sep 09, 2013

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      ... hours in the city we were hoping to catch-up with our good friends for lunch but with a few teachers strikes disrupting the city meant leaving the airport was not advised. I still managed to find Chilaquiles (that makes five breakfasts in a row!)

      Our plane leaves in two hours. We're finally Brisbane bound and thus ends our epic trip. The conclusion of one adventure and on to the next. We're pretty excited about heading home and catching up ...

      Me Hee Co!

      A travel blog entry by nloon on Aug 22, 2013

      5 photos

      ... the pyramids by overlaying the previous build, until it finally stood approx 60m high before the Spanish arrived. A fairly blood thirsty lot who expanded their territory by extracting tributes from surrounding tribes in exchange for an agreement that no human sacrifices or other retributions would occur. Bit of a protection racket really which meant that when the Spanish arrived they were not short of villages looking to become their allies ...