Hotel Oslo

Address: Lazaro Cardenas, 337, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06780, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Lazaro Cardenas, 337, Mexico City, is near Templo de Santo Domingo, Jardin de Orquideas Moxviquil JOM, Museo de Ambar, and Moxviquil.
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Travel Blogs from Mexico City

A New Perspective Leading to Hard Choices

A travel blog entry by saundersfamily on Nov 08, 2014

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... crosswalks for me to look forward to walks anymore. Dixie refused walking in this crowded area almost the moment we moved here. Our dog that once loved daily walks in the U.S. has been getting most of her exercise playing fetch indoors. Driving to places instead of walking is not an option. Driving here is not for the faint of heart & sitting in traffic is not worth it. The UV index is consistently above 11 (insanely high), which is a warning to ...

Mexico City-Part 2

A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 19, 2014

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... you can find in most Spanish-speaking countries, and a sandwich. I relaxed for a bit and then headed to the hotel in the light rain.

Sa*************ed back to the Bosque de Chapultepec, where the anthropology museum is, to check out the castle-turned museum. On the way I stopped at Sanborns (a different location than the one Amy and I went to) for a delicious, typical breakfast of chilaquiles. The walk to the castle was wet as it was raining a ...

HIGHLIGHTS Sun 24 Nov: Mexico City

A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Nov 25, 2013

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Templo Mayor was the temple at the heart of the Aztec Empire and the ceremonial centerpiece of the Aztec Empire. It ...

Mexico city

A travel blog entry by svaneflight on Nov 11, 2013

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... to see how advanced the Indians were before they were invaded. After the museum we went outside where four Indians performed an age old ritual where they fly around a pole head first for twenty something times before finally reaching the ground.After the ritual it was time to have an icecream at the park across the road. They made the icecream while we watched in a very cold metal container. It took a while but it was very delicious. While we were eating a ...

Day 21 - a Teotihuacan experience

A travel blog entry by ai_firestone on Oct 20, 2013

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... amp; built on reclaimed land... Our next stop was the Guadalupe Shrine- today popularly known as La Villa or the Basilica of Guadalupe. This is the most important religious building in all of Mexico and one of the most visited places in the Catholic world, which annually receives more than twenty million pilgrims. The guide explained that the Virgin of Guadalupe in Mexico is not only a religious symbol, it is also a symbol of identity for Mexicans, apparently it is no ...

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