Hotel Jardin Amazonas

Rio Amazonas 73, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06500, Mexico | 1 star hotel
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Mexico City--Part 1

A travel blog entry by ksullivan


... the other part of the restaurant. Same great service and food. So, a quick side note. Amy and I took a class last year that included the study of the great Mexican muralist. Because of that, we were both excited to see, in person, some Rivera, Orozco, and/or Siqueiros murals. Sanborns has a Orozco mural so we checked it out after breakfast. Whether dark and threatening or bright and happy, their murals are always incredible. Next we headed back to ...

After Mexico City

A travel blog entry by johandahlberg

... of the central districts, together with a friend of Joselo. The second day we spent some time in Joselos old neighbourhood. This was a very bohemian area, and the voice on the tour bus told us that the architecture was inspired by European cities. Personally, I was thinking Paris. I was also surprised at how green the city was, with trees in every street and parks around ever corner. We also had a visit to the Soumaya musem, one of ...

First days in Mexico!

A travel blog entry by nick.dickson


... and went out for a late dinner with them.

The next day I booked a tour to go to the Pyramids just out of Mexico City. The tour stopped at a few sites along the way, including a place where we got to taste the juice from the cactus that makes tequila, as well as have some tequila shots. When we got to the pyramids tere was a girl travelling alone from Ireland (who happened to be in Mexico teaching Yoga) so ...


A travel blog entry by thelliotts


... after its abandonment.

Only 2 square kilometers of the 22 kilometer civilization have been excavated. Teotihuacan was located at the north end of the Texcoco Lake (a huge lake basin now dried up, upon which Mexico City is located). In the low lying hills behind the site, the Toltecs mined obsidian, a black, smooth stone. The obsidian was used for for art, bowls, weapons, massage stones, etc. The obsidian stone was thought ...

Day 29 - Great day and night.

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

This is a top pick!

... scull ornament, some gifts, bobbie got me a great ring, we got our first ever baby clothes a cute little orange Mexican outfit, panpipes. Also set up around the market were shooting galleries with pellet handguns, 15 shots for 5 pesos, we both had a crack and found we were both really good at it. It was pretty fun, we ended up doing it a bunch of times and at one point I shot down about 12 out of 15, only problem was the guns would jam up too often. After we ...


This 1 star hotel, located in the Reforma/Downtown area of Mexico City, is near Frida Kahlo Museum (Museo Frida Kahlo), Museo de Cera de la Ciudad de México, Museo Ripley's Ciudad de México, and Garden of Art (Jardin del Arte).
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