Hotel Edison

Thomas A. Edison, 106, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06030, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mexico City

Day 5

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Aug 03, 2014

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I may have to wait to upload photos here until tomorrow, because today was a long one and tomorrow is an early one, and I'm tired. But I can at least tell you about the day, can't I? Sure I can--let's start at the beginning.

I didn't sleep last night. I think a combination of an exciting day and a bit too much sun, plus the fact that my IBS has been flaring up a bit, made for a sleepless night. I didn't fall asleep until after 5:30 ...

May 17, 2014

A travel blog entry by belle_precieux on May 17, 2014

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After some simple brekky, we wandered the streets surrounding the Zocalo which is one of the world's largest public squares. The afternoon was spent visiting, cathedral, art museum, Frida Kahlo museum which was her home converted and the costumes were really interesting. The handicraft market at San Angel was disappointing. On the way back we stopped by a food stall and had yummy soft tacos. That night we went to this cool Jazz ...

Xiochmilco

A travel blog entry by hangnl18 on Jan 18, 2014

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... sunk or tilted. We first saw the Cathedral which has 16 chapels inside! We then toured the Presidents Palace where the Diego Rivera mural is. We had a tour guide for the mural tour, but Mallory and I went on our own with Dr. Kimball as our quicker private tour guide. We got done way earlier then the tour group so we wandered around a bit and then made our way back to meet the group to leave to Xiochmilco. ...

Day Two Mexico City

A travel blog entry by jess.hiew on Dec 13, 2013

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... bus and at first I thought again made another big mistake as the traffic was insane but you eventually get moving . Based on one day of observation Mexicans drive like crazy people . There are no lines on the road so cars can drift in and out as they please . I guess it's like Asia . The bus took me to a nice neighbourhood called Polanco . It's a high end place with boutique shops and houses . I sat down to my first authentic ...

Mexico City walking tour

A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra on Sep 10, 2013

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... on Saturday rooms at the hotel with views of the plaza have jumped to $15000 pesos NZ$1,500 for the night as they will be able to watch the President ring the bell. We are actually glad we won't be here as either the teachers will get moved along over the next few days or the celebration may not include the President depending on how strong he is or there may be a riot. Any of these eventualities will be better off without us. Beautiful buildings here ...

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