Hotel Palace

Ignacio Ramírez No. 7, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06030, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mexico City

MEXICO CITY- THE LAND OF THE TACOS

A travel blog entry by breadstickstu

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... treats, nicknacks, flowers (Stuie bought we some...Awwww!) & even boats filled with mariachi bands and marimba players floated by waiting to play you a song (for a fee of cause). Leo kindly bought us a song and as the Mariachi band played, we sipped on our $2 cerveza grinning and soaking it all in. We were both in disbelief, we were in Mexico & we were loving every minute of it!! After leaving the waterways we jumped on a local bus back into the city. We ...

D.F.

A travel blog entry by minicooper

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... sides of the city, including tlalapn, coayacan, where we had tequila and lemon ice cream!, Mexican Oxford street, and Mexican Camden where we got off to walk around and also saw a new refurbished library that looks like something from the future! They had a family fun day on and we managed to get some warm, fruit punch with a stick of sugar cane in it, a typical Christmasy drink. I also had a veggie sandwich for 75p from some students selling them from their bike basket! We ...

La Casa de Dixie

A travel blog entry by saundersfamily

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Dixie is not a fan of our new place with the wood floors; which aren't really wood but bamboo. Dixie basically won't walk on any part of the floor unless she is desperate.

This is Dixie refusing to leave her bed and step onto the floor.

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Day 23 - A long walk and back to the wrestling

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

This is a top pick!
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During our first night at the wrestling with Jose, he pointed out that on Sunday nights the Lucha Libre wrestling is held at Arena Coliseo which is only a few hundred meters up from our hotel, we enjoyed the show so much we thought we should go again, this time in the smaller venue just up the road. Once we got up and had breakfast we took a walk to see where the arena was and to buy tickets. I could see it from our hotel window so I lead us in the direction I thought ...

Mexico: Mexico City

A travel blog entry by daria_juergen

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... Anthropology. This is a national and the most visited museum of Mexico. It contains significant archaeological and anthropological artefacts from the pre-Columbian heritage of Mexico, such as the Piedra del Sol (the "Stone of the Sun" or Aztec calendar stone) and the 16th century Aztec statue of Xochipilli.

On the same day in the evening we visited some weekend markets by night where all people of all ages meet and have ...

 

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