Hotel Casa Blanca Mexico City
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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From Chicago. we’ll fly straight into Mexico City. After checking into a hotel, we prepare for the Mariachi Festival. The festival is a symbol of Mexican nationalism. we prepare by studying dance, then purchasing the right outfits, then study mariachi dance routines. We will only stay a while at the festival because of our departure to Rio de …
... with. Being used to german "autobahn", the mexican traffic was surely one of my first cultural shocks. The hostel I stayed the first night, was admittedly not looking like on the pictures and the neighborhood was very poor. So I thought: "Just get in, sleep, drink water, pay and leave". The positive aspect of this stay was a very big, lets call it "balcony" without any rail. I just sat there for a few hours, watching the endless roofs of the ...
... in the 1810s, but unfortunately, as the land in Mexico's historic downtown is reclaimed from the marshes that existed there before, the entire western portion of the building is sinking. Considerable efforts have been made to preserve the building and are ongoing. We arrived during a service but skirted the outside and went along the various chapels (these old Catholic churches are wonderful for ...
... the city's Catherdral;
... huge 'Atlantes' warrior statues, although I had been under the impressions that there were rows and rows of them when in fact there were four. Four statues that is, not rows! The site was small but the statues were indeed brilliant and I was lucky enough to turn up at the same time as a Mexican archaeologist who let me and a few others inside the barrier, provided that we didn't touch the statues of course. Aside from a few carvings of animals, there wasn't much more to ...