Fiesta Inn Centro Historico

Avenida Juarez 76 , Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06010, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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Day 5

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Aug 03, 2014

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... up at 9:30 for breakfast. Carmen had planned to take me to the Museo Soumaya today, and I didn't want to miss it--it's this amazing, odd-looking but phenomenal building housing the private collection and several other art pieces of Carlos Slim, the Warren Buffett of Mexico and one of the world's richest people. He built the museum in honour of his late wife, Soumaya, and opens it free to the public every day of the year, which is ...

Teotihuacan Pyramides & Mariachi

A travel blog entry by belle_precieux on May 18, 2014

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... to sit outside and overlook the plaza which was filled with many mariachi singers and hawkers trying to sell you a photo, serenade, or shawl. At one point within the confines of the restaurant, we had competing mariachi bands playing simultaneously around us. A beggar woman ask for money and when we played dumb, pulled out a plastic cup from the inside of her jacket and asked for us to tip some of our drink! It wasn't what we expected as it lacked authenticity and frankly a little ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 31, 2014

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... but could not really expand upon the missing link. Some 'moth porn' right on the path provided a moment of diversion.

A mirador had okay views. I frankly liked the solitary tree on the rocky outcrop bereft of any people as a better shot. We were walking at Suzie pace ie a Galapagos land tortoise. She does like to take the mickey out of Paul re his love of insects. She related a story he had seen some moth, suggesting it made his weekend. Well, it wouldn't be sack time ...


A travel blog entry by doove on Nov 10, 2013

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Cincoooooooooo Pesoooooooooooooo.. Probably the first words you'll hear whichever way you arrive into Mexico City. There are four main bus terminals but all of them have a giant market outside, with old ladies shouting and selling **** pretty much 24/7. It’s quite the initiation into one of the world’s largest cities but certainly lets you know you’ve arrived and doesn’t really ease up the whole time you are there.

I’d arrived a little ...

Busy busy Mexico City

A travel blog entry by carlyandjosh on Sep 11, 2013

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... the tent city but also the usual market stalls and food vendors you see throughout Mexico City. We visited the Metropolitan Cathedral which is built on the site of Templo Mayor (an Aztec Temple destroyed by the Spanish in 1521) and the excavated ruins of the Templo Mayor. This was after lunch at the fantastic Cafe de Tacuba where I ate my first Tamale and Josh tried Mole - all very delicious and the Cafe was really beautiful too.


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This 2 star hotel, located in the Reforma/Downtown area of Mexico City, is near Palacio de Cortés, Mariachi Plaza, La Merced, and Mercado Sonora.
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