Hotel Azores

Address: Republica de Brasil 25, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 00610, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mexico City

The Postal Palace

A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Jun 18, 2015

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... t got the memo. Today, he realised that there are specific times when the route is thronged by runners and other times when the route is more popular with walkers. Today's bus journey (which was only a couple of miles) was the slowest yet. The traffic was intense. A gregarious woman on board who signed someone's book appeared to be used to being in the spotlight. We assume she is an author. Eventually, we emerged at Bellas Artes in the ...

Our last day in the city

A travel blog entry by nhall15 on Apr 06, 2015

Today was our last day in Mexico City... We walked the entire length of the greatest avenue the Reforma... Named after the period in Mexico which separated power between church and state... Was originally built as a road to link the home of the emperor to the city... ...

Day Efay

A travel blog entry by tigerjo on Aug 03, 2014

6 photos

... to get back towards our destination but it still took hours with a tired and getting crankier by the second baby on board. Arriving home gone midnight we wolfed down more tacos and passed out for the night.

Xochimilco, a borough of D.F, is famous for its waterways and brightly coloured boats known as trajineras which carry families, musicians, food sellers and parties up and down the canal system. It was my main reason for returning to Mexico City as I never made it here ...

Vamos Mexico! A week in Mexico City

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jun 08, 2014

2 comments, 37 photos

... clicking away on his Nikon while I take a measly 18 shots of the day (and only kept 5). While it is hot here we are lucky to get a nice cool breeze during the day. There are lots of school excursions here and the little niņos and niņas are running around. There are some tunnels built through the steps you need to climb to get through the plaza and the shorties just run through them instead of having to climb up and down like the adults. We spend 3 hours there and head back to ...

Multi Museums

A travel blog entry by ahartry on Dec 18, 2013

152 photos

We started today around 9:30am, walking from the flat to Castillo de Chatpultepec. The walk up the hill is very pleasant, and we had great views of the city. The Castillo has been a military college and the Presidential palace. The first set of rooms contain art works, mostly about the Revolution. A few galleries upstairs display artifacts from the colonial era: paintings, miniatures, snuff boxes, and the like. The other half of ...

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