Holiday Inn Ciudad De Mexico Perinorte

Address: Gustavo Baz Blvd 4873, Tlalnepantla, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 54110, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Tlalnepantla/Northern Mexico City area of Tlalnepantla, is near Alameda Central, Aroma Spa, Massage & Facial Care, and Plaza Civica.
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Travel Blogs from Tlalnepantla

Day 51 - Mexico City - Teotihuacan pyramids

A travel blog entry by jessdigs on Aug 25, 2015

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... agave. We also saw how silver jewellery is made, and obsidian stone is carved. I bought a silver chain to put my llama pendant from Rez on. I love it. We also saw a cool tapestry making machine and gift shop. We saw and climbed the sun temple, the moon temple, and a burial temple. This place was called teotihuacan, it's where men go to become gods. Lots of really steep stairs. I successfully avoided snacks today!! We met a nice pommy girl living ...

Mexico City, Goodbye Central America!

A travel blog entry by kayna on Aug 10, 2015

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... 44 was open to the elements and it was very cold in the wind! After enjoying the views, we went back to the hostel, where we'd been promised a vegetarian dinner that evening.

We went to the rooftop for dinner, and met a lovely chap from Australia called Trent. We spent a long time chatting to Trent, had a delicious dinner with him (the hostel really pulled that one off), and drank cocktails, beer and tequila. It was a good day, and a fitting end to ...

Coloured dreams and monochromic realities.

A travel blog entry by khaikhai on Jun 20, 2015

... in other parts of the world and the first few words that come to mind are drugs cartels, safety, etc. But witnessing the people of San Miguel de Allende and Guanajuato, will definitely shamed your narrow minds.

I got to walk through the streets of San Miguel de Allende at night and was greeted by, not one, but several pre-wedding processions. The pre-wedding procession takes place on the night before the wedding day itself and family, friends and loved ones ...

La Casa Azul

A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Jun 02, 2015

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... where Ben lived when he was little. La Casa Azul is the house that Frida Kahlo lived in with her husband Diego Rivera. Between them, they provide Mexican art with its two most famous names. The house has a very designed feel. Evidently, a great deal of thought went into its furnishing and decoration, with special attention paid to the entertaining areas. A few of the downstairs rooms are altered from the state they were in at the time of Frida's early demise. They have ...

Too much to see, too little time

A travel blog entry by segacs on Dec 21, 2014

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... Really fun.

Wrestling, Mariachi and Tequila

We met back up with the guide and group and set off for our next 'cultural' experience: A Mexican wrestling match. Lucha libre wrestling is, well, I don't quite know how to describe it. Part wrestling, part gymnastics, part comedy show with outrageous costumes, silly personas, scantily-clad dancing women, and lots of kitch. Entirely scripted and choreographed, of course, though probably no more so than the WWE or ...