Camino Real Perinorte

Address: Avenue Dr Gustavo Baz 4001, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 54030, Mexico | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Tlalnepantla/Northern Mexico City area of Mexico City, is near Alameda Central, Massage & Facial Care, Plaza Civica, and Tlapanochestli.
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Travel Blogs from Mexico City

Journal Entry on Mexico

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

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... me that most Mexican foods have corn, peppers, avocados, and tomatoes in them, so if I am allergic to any of them, I better be careful. When we had to order food, my friend recommended the cheese enchilada ...

Frida's Casa Azul and the delights of Coyoacá

A travel blog entry by catherineforbes on Jul 29, 2014

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... t look like a Latina do I? However the underground system in Mexico City tries to mitigate against this at peak times (when the staring can turn into downright groping) by providing certain carriages and sections of the station for 'Solos Mujeres' that's women only (and children under 12). What a brilliant idea and much appreciated I'd imagine. I digress, however, and after a rather scenic walk to the museum, I got lost basically, I joined the growing line outside the ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 31, 2014

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... Reforma, dumping its usual volume on other parallel roads. There was an ample police presence, showing the flag.
We got back to the Hotel Metropol circa 1830. Dinner rendezvous was set for 1945. Had a shower and emailed home, also finding some reviews on the dinner venue.

Tip scurrying started, Suzie flying over to reception to get an envelope [did I just suggest she was a witch?] 300 MP. Couldn't believe the cheap Beavers put in 100 MP for the two of them.


The end

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

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... and friends.


Zicatela is renowned in surfing circles as Mexican Pipeline. Known as much for big swells and large barrels as for breaking boards and bones. Whilst we never got the promised big swell that was always a few days away it was a consistent three foot.

Paddling out for the first time was a little intimidating. Even at three feet the waves had immense power with full stand-up barrels breaking in less than a foot ...

Me Hee Co!

A travel blog entry by nloon on Aug 22, 2013

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... the Aztec rulers. The Spanish were also helped by some timely Aztec prophecies that foretold of white men coming from across the sea. Ended up that the Aztecs were out on their ear inside 2 years and the indigenous population was decimated by European diseases afterwards.

Anyway after all that history we skulked off to plot our plans after Mexico City over a few beers, only to be entertained by a few hilarious mariachies!

Great ...