Holiday Inn Plaza Dali Mexico City

Viaducto Rio de La Piedad No. 260, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 15860, Mexico | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Reforma/Downtown area of Mexico City, is near Palacio de Cortés, Plaza de los Mariachis, Mariachi Plaza, and Mercado Sonora.
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    Travel Blogs from Mexico City

    Day 7

    A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Aug 04, 2014

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    ... purchased two alebrije cat figurines for me as a gift when he went to Mexico, because I was in the process of adopting Cooper and Neko and that's ALLLLLLL I talked about at work, and now that we've added Audrey to the mix, I figured I should make it fair and should pick up a third cat. It's a bit smaller than the ones I have already, but Audrey is the baby (even though she's a tank now...) so ...

    Week 4

    A travel blog entry by lagringarubia on Jun 03, 2014

    Yet another busy week has passed and I'm currently in the midst of another! I'm using this blog post to avoid schoolwork yet still be somewhat productive. This week, instead of a test, we are participating in one of Mexico's oldest traditions, the corrido, to test our knowledge of the last 2 of 6 "epocas" in mexican history. The corrido was used during the times of the Revolution to spread news to the common people, most of whom could not read. So, in lieu of ...


    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Dec 14, 2013

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    ... was about 40 minutes long, which was what we wanted. It was interesting to see the remains of the chiampas, after having studied them so much during my Master's degree. For some, it was very clear how they were built with digging posts into the ground, then filling in with layers of mud and vegetation. There were many, many boats out on the water, most carrying families with picnics. A few times, we ...

    HIGHLIGHTS Sat 23 Nov: Mexico City

    A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Nov 24, 2013

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    ... metro station just a block away from the hotel to take the pink line to Chapltepec station and the Museo National de Antropologia.

    The metro in Mexico City was simple to use and yes it was only 3 pesos or NZ 28 cents / ...

    Day 2: Teotihuacan & Guadalupe

    A travel blog entry by holliem on Sep 05, 2013

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    ... local hand crafted silver jewellery I think. We then headed out of the City. Which amazed me. As there were cows tethered to a 5m by 5m piece of grass in between the high way. There were horses tethered on the side of the road. The horses looked quite skinny & boney. Mainly due to being owned by poor families but also probably due to lack of worming etc. We headed to a place called Basilica de Santa Maria de Guadalupe. Which is a Village or compound of 7 churches dedicated ...