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 Aduana Maritima.
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Travel Blogs from Mexico City

Holy mary

A travel blog entry by cockystravel on Sep 18, 2015

5 photos

... sun and moon and the Quetzalpapalotl palace.
looking down from the top wondering who was going to be the next sacrafice.
Lunch at a lovely little restaurant were the owner dressed jeff in a Mexican cowboy outfit complete with gun and me in a apron with a flag on bottle of carona.
He then told us above the cooperative attached and practices of the Aztec Indians. Most of the ...

Chapultepec Castle

A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 26, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... Mexican flags fluttering in the foreground. Inside, there was a display of clothes from different eras: a interesting diversion for a few minutes. On the way back to the apartment, we went back to a health food shop that we had spotted on our way to the park, next to the roundabout and picked up some gluten-free supplies. Back at the flat, we did some cooking. Today has been very tranquil and we hope to return to the castle at some point over the coming ...

Day 11 Mexico City (Sunday)

A travel blog entry by nannaontour2014 on Jan 11, 2015

9 photos

... many Mexicans are barely 5 feet, the rifles look even bigger! The varied architecture was interesting, a mix of old with super modern; typical Mexican next to western. A common building material was red-brown basalt rocks, the mortar filled in by smaller pieces. Another local touch was large blue-and-white tiled features on building exteriors, huge ornate wooden doors and intricate church facades. Shops are broadly organized according to the type ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jul 31, 2014

1 comment, 82 photos

... only yesterday and because this particular museum only contains a small fraction of artifacts in comparison, we skipped it in favour of our next stop: El Palacio Nacional.

Rather than being a castle for royalty, as the name might suggest, this is really the seat of government in Mexico (although it was a site for royalty in pre-colonial Mexico, so it has always been tied to rulers.) It is a ...

Ciudad de Mexico

A travel blog entry by ivoyvonne on Jun 02, 2014

31 photos

... the ruins of Teotihuacan, which are very impressive and fun to climb. It was another hot day so we were quite exhausted but happy afterwards. The Mariachi Bands here are really cool, we went to the plaza Garibaldi, where so many of them were! We couldn't take two steps without them asking us if we wanted them to play. When four guys from different groups approached us at the same time, we decided to move on to Plan B (bottle of Tequila, Plan ...