Hotel Roble

Address: Uruguay 109, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06060, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Uruguay 109, Mexico City, is near National Palace (Palacio Nacional), Museo de Sitio Talavera, and Iglesia de Santa InAcs.
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    Day 11 Mexico City (Sunday)

    A travel blog entry by nannaontour2014 on Jan 11, 2015

    9 photos

    ... many Mexicans are barely 5 feet, the rifles look even bigger! The varied architecture was interesting, a mix of old with super modern; typical Mexican next to western. A common building material was red-brown basalt rocks, the mortar filled in by smaller pieces. Another local touch was large blue-and-white tiled features on building exteriors, huge ornate wooden doors and intricate church facades. Shops are broadly organized according to the type ...

    Day 2

    A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jul 30, 2014

    84 photos

    ... thing...but I swear, I'm gonna have to get sneaky and ninja-wash the dishes or something one of these days if she doesn't start letting me help out!

    Well, okay, I did help out--I took Wheeler for a walk and a pee while she managed Tosca. That was fun. I also got to meet and feed the apartment complex's resident stray tabby cat (Pillo is his name, which kind of means "rascal.") I had a nice couple of hours to relax ...

    Ciudad de Mexico

    A travel blog entry by paulandjemma on Mar 27, 2013

    10 photos

    ... margarita in a glass the size of her head that she could hardly lift - whilst Gustavo instructed Paul in the local way of drinking tequila. You put some salt on a piece of lime, squeeze that into your mouth, have a swig of tequila and then wash it down with a gulp of tomato juice that tastes a bit like ketchup. It'll take a while to get used to drinking tequila like that!

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    A week of Mexico city

    A travel blog entry by jeremyholden on Dec 06, 2012

    1 comment, 49 photos

    ... And indeed it was. But best of all - I had it practically all to myself. There was only one other visitor there at the same time as me (according to the entry list) and I never came across him. This left me free to take plenty of pictures and explore the site as I wished. I have included a few photos of the site for you, but won't go into too much detail in the main body of the blog as otherwise I will almost definitely bore you. More exciting was my experience of ...

    Murals and Botero´s Fat Ladies

    A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe on May 18, 2012

    34 photos

    ... is non-verbal and thatīs probably how I managed to get around, asking people for directions. I have no guidebook with me. I also donīt have a dictionary or Spanish phrasebook.

    I took the Metro from Oceania, nearest train station from the airport. Itīs around 10-15 mins walk. I should have alighted at Garibaldi to see the Mariachis perform at the Garibaldi plaza, but somehow I decided to change stations and head towards Bellas Artes. Instinct.