Hotel San Diego

Address: Luis Moya No. 98, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06070, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Luis Moya No. 98, Mexico City, is near Mayan Ruins of Tulum, Spearfishing Cozumel, Cozumel Water Sports, and Maya Spa.
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        Travel Blogs from Mexico City

        The Aztec Eagles

        A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Jun 12, 2015

        ... park and we stood out like sore thumb tourists. However, today was beautiful and hot: trousers were not called for. Around the back of the castle, we found a war memorial. We hadn't even realised that Mexico had taken part in the Second World War. It turns out that they were involved in the Pacific Theatre. After a German attack on Mexican shipping, Mexico became the only Latin American ...

        Travel blog. Entry 31. Mexico part 2

        A travel blog entry by sarlexpovend on Mar 26, 2015

        ... Oaxaca is known as a bit of a food Mecca within and outside of Mexico. Famous for example for the amazing salty stringy cheese produced in this area as well as many different mole dishes. There are 8 different types of mole found in the region. Each with its own twist. Black mole for example is named for the cooking process where the chilies are blackened in the pan and added to other ingredients such as burnt tortilla and chocolate. To try our hand at making some popular ...

        Day Efay

        A travel blog entry by tigerjo on Aug 03, 2014

        6 photos

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        The ferry boat was exactly what I was looking for. For $20 I had a 30/45 minute ride from one dock to another and our giant communal boat ploughed down the canals bumping from one flower-festooned, garishly painted gridlocked boat to another. Mariachis sang, birthday girls were serenaded, food vendors nimbly navigated the rapidly disappearing spaces between the dozens of boats and more than once we braced for impact as we bumped our way along. As it was a Sunday, the canal ...

        Vamos Mexico! A week in Mexico City

        A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jun 08, 2014

        2 comments, 37 photos

        ... walk. We don't get far as we see a little stall set up across the road selling Oaxacan food. Being the guts that we are, we go to check it out and end up buying corn nuts and allegria (a chocolate rice crispys bar). There are scattered bars and restaurants here and it looks like the more affluent neighbourhood.

        We find a cool free photo exhibition in Luis Cabrera park. They are black and white landscapes taken around South and Central America. Some of which were very cool. ...

        After Mexico City

        A travel blog entry by johandahlberg on Feb 15, 2014

        ... From here, we took a tour bus around the city. The best move imagineable! The weather was great, the sun was shining but it was not too hot, and sitting on an open rooftop bus with a voice telling you about all the sights is one of the most effective ways to see a lot in a short time in any major city. We took advantage of the hop on, hop off principle and walked to the Latino Tower, the second highest tower in the city. From here, ...