Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Zona Rosa
Travel Blogs from Mexico City
Templo Mayor was the temple at the heart of the Aztec Empire and the ceremonial centerpiece of the Aztec Empire. It ...
... since the Aztec Empire.
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The Zocalo is one of the largest city squares in the world. We also saw the main buildings that border the Zocalo; the Cathedral, the National Palace, Federal District buildings, and Old Portal de Mercaderes (offices & shops).
... month here, it's only up the road from our hotel and has all the good clothing shops on it. Along the way Bobbie looked in a few shops, we went right to the zocalo, which was blocked off and the markets were not there. After a short walk in the zocalo area we headed back to the hotel. We chilled for a while in the afternoon, resting and using the internet to book hotels and research things we will do in the USA. Booking hotels ...
... had arrived at the British Embassy. In the end I had enough money to last me the weekend, so I put off collecting it until Monday. Friday night up on the rooftop bar was a really good night, and I met some good people who I'd hang out with the ...
... quickly. I went through security and noticed the interior of the airport was not that impressive. There weren't many shops or food options. I also tried to find a souvenir magnet and I could not find a single Mexico City magnet which was pretty annoying. There were Cancun ones and just Mexico ones, but not a single Mexico City magnet. I'm definitely making sure from now on, I won't leave magnet shopping until the airport. After about 45 minutes of walking around, I ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center