Hotel Monte Carlo

Uruguay, 69, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06050, Mexico | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by breadstickstu


... to char grilled corn on the cob, toasted corn bread smothered in beans, beef tongue, Tamalies, fruit covered in chilli and so much more. None of which Stu and I would have been game to order if we were alone, let alone know how to order. The best part about the street food was the giant bowls of guacamole, salsa, jalapeños, fresh lime and chilli sauce sitting there ready for you to cover your Mexican dish how ever desired. I couldn't be happier, I was in the land ...


A travel blog entry by minicooper


... of cactus, which doesn't seem to have quite reached the same kind of international fame as tequila. It comes in different flavours, including one fermented with a worm, and different flavours of creams. I decided to side step the worm and went for a cajeta cream mezcal. To drink in the var, you must also order food, so we ordered a piece of cheese, which was quite random but so much better than the Peruvian salty cheese, still it was no cheddar ;-) The suburb was looking ...

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by thelliotts


... does not have children.

After school, Katie, Caroline, Thomas, and I left for Mexico City for the long weekend! We arranged for a driver to take us the three and half hour drive. Juan, our driver, arrived at the house with a small whited sedan and off we drove southwest through the countryside. There were small yellow sunflowers, rolling hills, farms, and of course, a cacti-filled landscape almost the entire way. We passed a ...

Day 27 - pyramids of Teotihuacan

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

This is a top pick!

... ancient city and beyond and take lots of photos, we walk around and soak up the serenity. The walk back down the pyramid is also difficult but not like the energy zapping walk up, the steps are so steep it easy to lose your balance but there is a rope running down for people to hold onto. While you walk around the ancient city there are heaps of locals trying to sell stuff to you as usual, we had no spending money so kept having to say ...


A travel blog entry by pablo_salma


... enjoyed it even more if she could have teleported her sisters to experience it too! Frida is a Mexican icon and has such an incredible life story - we were lucky that at present they are exhibiting her clothing and accessories which made it particularly insightful. All in all Mexico city was great fun and a combination of the stars aligning, sun shining, hitting home runs with the delicious food and meeting great people!

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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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