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

Journal Entry on Mexico

A travel blog entry by latin-america


... believed that the spirits of the children who died will come to visit their homes. The adult spirits come on the second day. That is why each home is decorated and have altars with offerings. The spirits of ...

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by frawldog


... it just to realize actually the extent to how big this site was. It probably takes 5 minutes to climb to the top and it is quite intense. It can be tiring, but the view is worth it at the top. It is a shame that these pyramids are not marketed like the ones in Egypt. So many people in America probably have never even heard of these and they are a really incredible site.

I sure hope to come back to Mexico in the near future.

How many steps does your typical Pyramid have?

A travel blog entry by bteam1


... behind them. It was worth the walk to do a closer inspection tho. The samller of the two, the pyramid of the Moon was first. It was an effort and a half to climb - whoever built the steps had 2m long legs and size 1 feet! They were so high and narrow it almost gave me vertigo! We were only allowed half way up that one (thak God said my knees!), but got a great view down the Walk of the Dead, over all the other ruins and the Pyramid of the ...

We Are Home (Almost)

A travel blog entry by saundersfamily


... We are now seasoned pet travelers and know better than to try to train a dog to behave while tucked in a bag under a seat. I am sure the other passengers thank us. Dixie flew the entire way sharing a seat with us under the cover of a blanket. We LOVED the short flight to Mexico. The entire ...

We survived North America!

A travel blog entry by beyondtheborder


... night!

First day in San Francisco consisted of walking, more walking, exploring the piers, walking some hills, sleeping, and, then, the grand finale: free beers! First night there, and already making asses of ourselves. Not really, think everybody enjoyed us, least seemed so the next day (couldn’t remember exactly what happened all night, but Cedric had few boys chasing him next day).

Anyways, met a lot of great people that first night, made few good ...


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