Hotel Galicia

Honduras, 11, 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, Tlatelolco, La Lagunilla Market, and The City Theater (Teatro de la ciudad).
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Travel Blogs from Mexico City

Day 2

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jul 30, 2014

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Today was far less busy than yesterday but no less fantastic. I really cannot get over this city. It's like everything I imagined and nothing I could have dreamed up, all at once. The weather is amazing--in the sunshine it's hot, but as soon as you step under a tree the temperature drops ten degrees (or at least it feels that way.) The people are friendly--I've never heard a cab driver talk so much as the one that took us to the ...

THE place for food lovers

A travel blog entry by bulaska on Dec 06, 2013

36 photos

First of all, some random facts about D.F.:
- it's very dirty, rubbish is everywhere
- there is also a lot of smog, your skin gets really dark ;)
- subway is incredibly cheap - single ride costs 3 MXN (app. 0.15 EUR)
- there is music in the subway as well as policemen at every entrance
- during rush hours there are extra trains for women and children to avoid sexual harassment
- security in the supermarket carry large guns
- it's ...

How many steps does your typical Pyramid have?

A travel blog entry by bteam1 on Nov 16, 2013

18 photos

Having decided that cities are more stress than they are worth, we made the smart choice to base ourselves about 45mins to the north of the city in Teotihuacan - home to the famous pyramids of the Sun and Moon. Yup - Pyramids....yup still in Mexico - take that Egypt! I have a theory on the ones in Mexico though. They're surrounded by very pyramidy shaped mountains, so I think the aincient Mayans were just copying nature - and shur why wouldn't ...

Me Hee Co!

A travel blog entry by nloon on Aug 22, 2013

5 photos

... rulers enlarged the pyramids by overlaying the previous build, until it finally stood approx 60m high before the Spanish arrived. A fairly blood thirsty lot who expanded their territory by extracting tributes from surrounding tribes in exchange that no human sacrifices or other retributions would occur. Bit a of protection racket really which meant that when the Spanish arrived they were not short of villages looking to become their allies ...

Lunch at Grandys

A travel blog entry by tiffmass on Feb 14, 2013

3 comments, 8 photos

... serve us drinks and the whole thing was catered. For lunch we had a three course meal, it was so amazing but so filling, then they brought out two desserts. One was this cooking, chocolate cake which was so amazing, the next was a creme brûlée end then this orange thing. Then Grandy gave jess and Octavio this clock which had been in the family for more than a 100 years, it was so amazing. She then took us to her lounge room and played ...

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