Hotel El Salvador

Address: Rep del Salvador, 16, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06080, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Cuauhtémoc area of Mexico City, is near Palacio de Bellas Artes, Historic Center (Centro Histórico), Torre Latino, and Victor's.
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      Mexico City, Mexico 21st Aug - 25th Aug

      A travel blog entry by fae-neilvsworld

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      It was great to go and experience for the night. People were shouting and going crazy at the wrestlers. It was more of a show than anything though – like WWF – they don’t really hurt each other! Food & beer was being brought around to you so you didn’t have to get up. Outside you could buy souvenirs of your favourite wrestlers mask.


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      Today we woke up late with terrible hangovers, they mix their cocktails real strong in Mexico and loaded with vodka and tequila. With the big mix of cocktails we had over the course of the night is it any wonder we felt so bad. Basically we laid around all day watching tv, nursing hazy heads, only going out to get Burger King. We also brought cereal, milk ...

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      ... ruins of the Riviera Maya, then moved on to the green mountains of San Cristobal and the rich Chiapan culture, next we jumped into the heat and crowds of the city and the beautiful Oaxacan countryside, and then finished in the bustling metropolis of Mexico City. We haven't seen it all but we've seen enough for now and are ready to start our European travels. As Frida Kahlo said in her watermelon painting,

      Viva La Vida!



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      A travel blog entry by maz360

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      ... a few days beside the beach before visiting Mexico City. It wasn't really goodbye because Dulce is studying in Texas and I would be following her there in a week's time! I haven't been able to see many places in Mexico because I've run out of money at the end of my world tour, but I couldn't leave Mexico without seeing the beach. So I went to Ixtapa for a few days and treated myself to an amazing hotel for two nights, recouping the costs by taking night buses there and back so ...

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      ... more chillis and all covered in a creamy sauce with ground almonds, walnuts and pomegranate. Yum.

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