Hotel Diligencias

Address: Belisario Dominguez 6, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06010, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Reforma/Downtown area of Mexico City, is near Plaza Garibaldi, Palacio de Minería, La Lagunilla Market, and Museum of Ramón López Velarde.
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    Travel Blogs from Mexico City

    Orientation Day

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 22, 2015

    ... the shelves was an army of fantasy creatures in every colour. They often had the heads or limbs of conventional animals but in unusual combinations and often with extra, spindly limbs. Mexican art and craft is traditionally an explosion of colour. Returning to the flat, it was now Ben's turn to take a nap. This evening, Martin's partner Pilar got back from work. She is a dentist who works very long hours. We were ...

    Off to the big city!

    A travel blog entry by kathmom on Dec 22, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... can be served multiple ways, salads aren't quite the same as in the US, but desserts and candies (dulces) seem to be a big deal in Mexico, which was ok with us. The best part was watching all the people enjoying the big skating rink set up in the Zocalo, and seeing the giant Christmas decorations on the historic buildings. There was quite a bit of street noise going late into the night, but nothing that kept us awake. Glad to be here; our first visit to Mexico was starting out well.

    Mexico City-Part 2

    A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 19, 2014

    14 photos

    ... Really, though, the main thing I learned is that all those native Mexican groups interacted and affected each other, which I always imagined them as very separated groups. So, the next time you see some ancient Aztec/Mayan/Toltec/Olmec/Mexica/Teotihu acan/or any other Mexican tribe artifacts in a museum or at an archaeological site and think they all look the same, don't feel too bad. Most of them have some similarities.

    I spent a long time in ...

    Mexico City walking tour

    A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra on Sep 10, 2013

    7 photos

    ... massive leans as they sink into the ground. The Metropolitan Cathedral has a miracle as supported by the Vatican which is very interesting. The post office is a palace with stunning marble and ironwork from Florence. We caught the subway to pick up the car, which was fun, then off to the Museum of Anthropology. Designed by he same bloke who designed the Shrine of Guadalupe it was another very clever, interesting building. We spent 2 hours and you could spend 4 ...

    Ciudad de Mexico

    A travel blog entry by paulandjemma on Mar 27, 2013

    10 photos

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    Day Two Hundred and One - Tuesday 26th March 2013

    Apparently there was a fairly sizeable earthquake at around six in the morning, but we both slept through it. We had a leisurely morning watching television and popping out once to stretch our legs and look round a few more of the local streets. Polanco is a very pleasant area with several nice shopping malls, cinemas and wide boulevards lined with the jacaranda trees that are so prevalent throughout ...