San Francisco Hotel

Address: Luis Moya No 11, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06050, Mexico | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located in the Alameda Park area of Mexico City.
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        • Restaurant
        • Bar/lounge


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Free parking


        • Room service

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        Travel Blogs from Mexico City

        Travels in Mexico

        A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Jun 27, 2015

        22 photos

        ... City and are part of the fabled ancient city of Teotihuacán. With its great Pyramid of the Sun and nearby, the smaller Pyramid of the Moon they make up a great complex that dates back to 100BC. Major monuments were continuously under construction until about AD250 and the city, once the largest in the Americas, had a population of at least 125,000 making it the fifth or sixth largest city in the world at the time.

        The major monuments were sacked ...

        Museo Nacional de Antropología

        A travel blog entry by neptunized on Apr 04, 2015

        72 photos

        ... is incredibble and very interesting. We could have spent the hole day there.
        Almost each culture has its own exibition hall, sometimes the halls are as big that they could rebuilt parts of temples and pyramides.
        There was a group of Japonese people - Leandro's family!!!:-)

        After more than 3 hours we left the museum. We walked along the park back to the Reforma and became a little bit hungry. Frankly today we wanted to ...

        Culture and Colour

        A travel blog entry by snookymumma on Jun 01, 2007

        4 photos

        ... was going on I wandered further through the city to the Degallado Theatre, built in 1856, and the Founders Square and then to The Devil's House (This was the place where the Court of Inquisition was sitting during the Colony) and the Children's Fountain and then found the Cabanas Cultural Institute, built in 1805 as a shelter for homeless children. In 1939 the mural 'Prometheus in Flames' was completed on the dome. This building now houses collections from around the world and is ...

        Back to School in Guanajuato

        A travel blog entry by greg-adrienne on May 12, 2007

        2 comments, 21 photos

        We arrived in Guanajuato (to work on our Spanish) on April 22 and immediately fell in love with the city, so much so that we stayed for 3 weeks when the original plan had been to stay for only one. And even then we were reluctant to leave. The city itself was so appealing to us, and our overall experience so fulfilling, that it is difficult to know where to begin. But here goes. Guanajuato (pop. 120,000) is almost in the dead centre of Mexico, about a ...


        A travel blog entry by itsgotime on Dec 01, 2006

        1 comment, 10 photos

        We arrived in Zacatecas and immediately were pleased with the different atmosphere and architecture the city had to offer. Most of our stops prior were in more industrial towns which while friendly have problems with pollution. In contrast, Zacatecas is situated in the mountains with a beautiful city center, with clean streets and clean air. We made our way to a hostel that had a great write up in both of our guide books. This was by far the ...