Hotel Sybharis

Sullivan 163-B, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06470, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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Mexico City

A travel blog entry by frawldog


... darn near sitting in traffic. If I ever come back here, I will for sure take the Metro.

I arrived my hostel, which was located behind the Metropolitan Cathedral in Plaza de la Constitucion. It had been about a year since I stayed in a hostel. Brought back several memories. Good and bad. The vomit stench came from the restaurant/bar upstairs. There were a lot of partiers that acted quite stupid. It was not quite your ...


A travel blog entry by doove


... to return home…I knew I would bump into him in some part of the world at some point! Was good to catch up with him, and test my new found theory that 27 is the age of no hangover. Got through 4 litres of beer that night, without actually going out – the hostel let me sleep there for free so I didn’t have to get a taxi back or worry about my alcohol intake – not that it is usually a massive concern, but yeh woke up the next morning fresh a daisy :P

Me Hee Co!

A travel blog entry by nloon


... Passionate bunch if that's the reason!

Got a tour of the Templo Mayor from a guide, its the excavated remains of the main Aztec temple built on the site where the Aztecs saw an eagle killing a serpent on what was then a small island in the middle of the lake that Mexico City is now built. They extended the footprint by driving wooden stakes into the shallow lake bed and infilling with mud and stones. Smart men! Over ...

Day 26 - Museum of Anthropology

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

This is a top pick!

... with hundreds of large and small stone carvings of gods and religious artifacts and animals that the people thought as sacred. Pretty soon it was getting late in the afternoon and a lot of the rooms were getting very similar. To start with looking at ancient artifacts and pottery was cool but after hours of it we were getting very over it, there was a tomb with a mummy in it in one area that was cool but other than that it was the same old thing over and over. I ...

Falling from the sky to Mexico City

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica


... everyone is afraid to go because they think they'll be kidnapped, but they have blinders to the fact that they are missing a plethora of UNESCO sites and one of the Seven Wonders of the World.

For the first time since the "electronic age" I'm traveling without my beloved iphone, ipad, laptop, etc because I fell victim to the fears my friends put in my head. But it will be fun too. Hey I ...

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