Hotel Marques De Cima

Address: Av. Alvaro Obregon # 2024, Nogales, Northern Mexico, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Alvaro Obregon # 2024, Nogales, is near Museo del Templo Mayor, National Palace (Palacio Nacional), Plaza Tolsá, and Museo del Ex-Arzobispado.
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    Hola Mexico City!

    A travel blog entry by frolan on Nov 14, 2014

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    ... Nothing spectacular. After I dropped off my stuff we headed to a restaurant for some food where Jazmin's girlfriend Olga, Olga's brother Rogelio and his husband Alejandro would be meeting us. We parked the car on a side street where a man who looked like an unofficial parking monitor (who was also somewhat dishevelled looking) approached us. He was very friendly and Jazmin just told him to take care of her car! He looked at me and started talking to me in ...

    Mexico City walking tour

    A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra on Sep 10, 2013

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    ... was very entertaining. We were the first tourists they had had so we both found each other equally interesting. We were lucky enough to have good weather to go up the Latin AmericanTower which gave you a fantastic view of the city which has a population of around 20 million. It stretches for miles and miles. Walked around a pretty park and then through Sears. Coffee at a great cafe with strong wifi so good to make contact with the boys. Walked home via the ...

    Mexico City

    A travel blog entry by rowandmeags on Mar 20, 2013

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    ... time to go home. The next day we caught the metro train to a suberb called Xochimilco. This part of town is most famous for its old canals. We wondered down to the water and down at the wharf there were hundreds of brightly coloured boats. We hired a boat for a few hours and sailed down the canals with our guide.. It is known as the Mexican version of Venice and it was a very cultural experience. our guide was working so hard for the entire time paddling using a long stick that he dug ...

    Mexico City

    A travel blog entry by exploreamerica on Jul 13, 2012

    ... thousands of temples and shrines.



    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Feb 06, 2012

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    ... alas, shared with the downtown core of MC]. We left the area at 1114.

    Carlos said the average driver is not tested for a driver's licence. You need three things: a horn, brakes and luck! He also said Mexico is #2 in corruption in the world. It is not #1 as it bought off the leading country! En route to the Universitad, he pointed out the world's first round pyramid, found in the course of freeway construction.

    UNAM has capacity for 300,000 students. Our stop was ...