Hotel Monte Carlo

Uruguay, 69, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06050, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Alameda Park area of Mexico City, is near Dulceria de Celaya, Monte de Piedad, Museo de Sitio del Claustro de Sor Juana, and Iglesia de Santa InAcs.
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    Travel Blogs from Mexico City

    Week 4

    A travel blog entry by lagringarubia on Jun 03, 2014

    ... had a booth with food and souvenirs from their country. Since we were obviously american, lots of people interviewed us for their school projects and asked for pictures with us! It was so cool to be able to learn about other people's cultures and have them be interested in learning about mine! On Sunday the fam and I went to Cuernavaca, the cutest little tourist town you ever did see. We spent about an hour hiking up a super steep mountain to see one of ...

    The Last City on my List

    A travel blog entry by deni367 on May 27, 2014

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    I arrived completely tired to Mexico City thanks to my early start. I had a trouble free flight and easily found the bus into the center. My hostel turned out to be a cute place only 5 minutes away from the main square, and with breakfast and dinner included, you can't go wrong when you're at the end of you're budget like me. I took a small break and quickly started my tour of the last capital of my trip. I looked around and found that the main square had some sort of world ...


    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Dec 14, 2013

    31 photos

    ... boats, rafted together, with mariachis and parties in full sway. It was charming. All the boats are powered by men, pushing on poles, working hard. We saw a couple of large white herons, one of which was being stalked by a bird. Lining the waterways were many nurseries, one that specialized in carnivorous plants. At the end of the trip, we bought more tacos at a different stall (they weren’t ...

    Museo Nacional de Anytopologia

    A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Nov 23, 2013

    1 comment, 67 photos

    ... booth by the cathedral. She confirmed to take the pink line to Chapltepec station. She also gave me some reassuring information about what I wanted to do tomorrow so that was really useful.

    Day 2: Teotihuacan & Guadalupe

    A travel blog entry by holliem on Sep 05, 2013

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    ... would buy more things. Lol So I found a poncho that I loved and so purchased it. Some fridge magnets for Neve & Isla. A bottle of pink tequila and an obsidian statue. Then on my way out I purchased a hand made loofa and some kind of nut, wheat, sweet breakfast bar. All hand made there on site. I also forgot to mention the hairless dogs they have here. Apparently they were bred for eating in the past but these were pets. Very weird but cute in a weird way. We then all loaded up ...