Hotel Rioja

Address: 45 Cinco de Mayo, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 6000, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Cuauhtémoc area of Mexico City, is near National Museum of Art, Palacio de Minería, Dulceria de Celaya, and Museum of Ramón López Velarde.
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    Travel Blogs from Mexico City

    Dia de los museos (day of the museums)

    A travel blog entry by dc91 on Nov 30, 2014

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    ... European city. The only thing that gives away the game that this is Mexico, and not in fact Europe, would be the chaotic traffic of cars crammed with more occupants than intended, some gaudy-coloured shops and blaring Mexican music coming from street vendors stalls. Our arrival was on a weekend, so the streets were filled with locals doing their weekend market shopping of local wares. It was ...

    Paradise, Pagentry and Penalty in two Hemispheres

    A travel blog entry by gillie.bowen on Mar 05, 2014

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... swing, we were distinctly part-worn. However, we watched two ‘schools’ (each school or procession lasts for about an hour) from the packed and heaving terraces, swigging at plastic bottles of wine and whiskey to keep us going. It has to be said it is an amazing spectacle but was it worth the huge price tag of 300€? The shuttle bus finally got us back to Barra at 3.30am, by which time Mr Carlos had given up and gone ...

    ¡Eso es todo amigos!

    A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Jan 24, 2014

    2 photos

    ... of her life, including her last years. It's now a museum of both Kahlo's artwork, but also the artist as a person; I've known her iconic self portraits since high school art class, but knew little about her life. She moved in arty circles, as well as with key figures of the time, including Leon Trotsky, who lived in the house for two years at the end of the 1930s. Frida passed away in 1954 and the house was turned into a museum in 1958. Whilst there were ...

    MORNING SCRAMBLE

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 23, 2014

    ... later on carousel 18. Did not have to put my stuff through any further scanning so out into the public area.

    The pilot said the temperature was 18C. Since -18C was not out of the ordinary over the last several weeks, the roughly 64F difference was happily apprciated.

    Scoped out exchange rates. The best I saw was 11.5 pesos to the Canuck buck. I exchanged $400.00 Cdn for 4,600 Mexican pesos. I may need to exchange a bit more down the road.
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    Mexico City

    A travel blog entry by simoncole on Nov 18, 2013

    7 photos

    ... and the Aztecs, but also of a massacre in 1968 of many civilians by the Mexican police.


    Then we drove for an hour North to the ancient site of Teotihuacan (pronounced Tirty-whack-an) - a city of up to 150,000 people which flourished from 100 BC to 250 AD - this was several centuries before the rise of the Aztecs.
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