Hotel Central Park

Address: Avenida Central, 43, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06720, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenida Central, 43, Mexico City, is near Xochimilco, Plaza Mexico, Dolphin Dive Center, and The Baja Big Fish Company.
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A Mex-Brit Chrstmas

A travel blog entry by charlaisy on Dec 22, 2014

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... we'd ever seen - the seats declined really far back and there was loads of leg room! Sleeping loads, reading and watching a film meant we passed the 19hrs we thought the journey would be quite merrily. Turns out we still had another 4 to go, but we eventually arrived at Daisy's school friend Katie's lovely flat. We were served PROPER tea with a homemade mince pie, next to a decorated tree - it finally felt like Christmas!
The next day - Xmas eve - we pottered around ...


A travel blog entry by nmblohm on Jul 20, 2014

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... and we drove around the block and had to ask several different people). Fail. Alright, so Im being dramatic. All in all, we made it in one crabby piece, and we got it out of our system. Truth is, our hotel is great. Its right on the main square with the cathedral, the national palace, and a sweet rooftop view I'm sure you will be hearing more about. And we have lots to look forward to doing in this great big city. Lets just hope our next bus ride is smoother ...

Captial en Movimiento

A travel blog entry by filipmontberg on Mar 07, 2014

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... a birthday lunch for his father that his company threw for him where we got to meet hela tjocka slškten and we had even more tacos (it's basically all we've been having) and we then went bac to santa fe for a chill night where we ordered in sushi and watched a film.
Wednesday was tourist day, so we went on a hop on hop off bus around downtown with Salva and his cousin Ana who filled in all the fun parts the pre-recorded audio tape was missing (mostly stuff to do ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 23, 2014

... later on carousel 18. Did not have to put my stuff through any further scanning so out into the public area.

The pilot said the temperature was 18C. Since -18C was not out of the ordinary over the last several weeks, the roughly 64F difference was happily apprciated.

Scoped out exchange rates. The best I saw was 11.5 pesos to the Canuck buck. I exchanged $400.00 Cdn for 4,600 Mexican pesos. I may need to exchange a bit more down the road.

Day 1: Mexico City

A travel blog entry by holliem on Sep 04, 2013

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... on a ruin in the middle of town called Templo Mayor. So I decided to go in nd have a look. It was very interesting. It was built by the Mayan ruler However when the Spanish came they ordered it to be destroyed. I was able to hire an audio tape in English which explained each part within the ruin. Where the sacrifices took place etc. Then I visited the museum which had a lot of Mayan sculptures etc. which were excavated from the ruin. It was all very ...