Hotel Azores

Republica de Brasil 25, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 00610, Mexico | Hotel
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Mexico City

A travel blog entry by fourontour

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... is an enormous building with very ornate detail with gilded altars and paintings. The next stop was the Templo Mayor which is the site of the Teocalli of Tenochtitlan where the Aztecs saw their symbolic eagle perching on a cactus with a snake in its beak. This is the current symbol of Mexico. The Aztecs believed it was the centre of the universe. The site was found by accident in the late 1970's when some Electricity workers found an 8 ton stone disc of the Aztec ...

HIGHLIGHTS Sun 24 Nov: Mexico City

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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... br> On Sunday part of the main streets were blocked off for cyclists to enjoy.

I was somehow drawn ...

Templo Mayor

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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... language and dedicated simultaneously to two gods, Huitzilopochtli, god of war, and Tlaloc, god of rain and agriculture, each of which had a shrine at the top of the pyramid with separate staircases. The temple, measuring approximately 100 by 80 m (328 by 262 ft) ...

Mexicooool

A travel blog entry by brandymole

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... of course!!). We spent the rest of the week trying to explore the city, the brilliant anthropology museum and travelling out to the Sun and Moon pyramids at Teotihuacan. Mexico City is wonderful, colourful, bright, bustling, varied and above all noisy! You would not believe the almost pathological fear of silence that affects this city's inhabitants; from the incessant clomping on the keyboard coming from Sarah's neighbour ...

Couple of days in the big city

A travel blog entry by lukeandsarah

... So fresh, so tasty.

Day 2 involved navigating public transport towards (……) and getting a local bus towards Teohuantepec. Successful use of public transport in a foreign metropolis is always good for morale, and we were soon bumping along past colourful hillside barrios (complete with political graffiti and which looked rather like the stereotypical dodgy Mexcio City) and then into the countryside and run ...

     

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