Ibis Mexico Perinorte

Address: Hacienda sierra Vieja 2 Centro Comercial Perinorte, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 54769, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Hacienda sierra Vieja 2 Centro Comercial Perinorte, Mexico City, is near Chapala Yacht Club, Chapala Handicrafts Market, Edificio Luis Manuel Rojas, and Sierra Mountains.
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      A travel blog entry by esmeralda4790 on Oct 27, 2014

      All that happened today really was one show, and then a day of leisure. I realized that yes, it's fun to have free time, but also, maybe I should do something productive. Hopefully, I will make a website for myself. Also today, I played my Nancy Drew computer game. NO I'm not 10 years old, but Yes, computer games are fun and I play on the hardest level sheesh!!
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      ... It was interesting to see the traditional dress and music while the people were waving around signs about Mary and the saints.

      The United States played a World Cup game that afternoon so I found a good place to eat and watch the game and did that until I needed to head to the airport to pick up my friend Terrick who was coming down for a few days. All went smoothly and after he dropped off things at the hotel, we found something for him to ...


      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 24, 2014

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      ... people going in at that time so we just went around three sides of the palace. I knew roughly where there was the famous statue of the eagle killing the snake while sitting atop a cactus [the premonition upon which the Aztecs acted to found what became the heart of the present city]. A brand new statue had been done since last year, very close to the palace.

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      ... of the city. The pyramids are fairly in tact and after a climb to the top you could see the remains of other structures in the surrounding grounds. We went to another pyramid nearby which I've forgotten the name of, some of it was still in original condition, amazing how they have stood the test of time! Another day we visited a flower palace and had lunch on a small boat floating around the outside of the palace, the 'kitchen' was ...

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      A travel blog entry by ellyschofield on Jun 17, 2013

      ... to speak with more fluidity and confidence.

      While most of the time I felt like a "gringa" outsider looking in on a team of people doing work that I am still gaining a good understanding of, I still felt like I learned a lot about the organization I am here to work for for 6 months. I'm developing a better understanding of the state of Pro Mujer Mexico and where my jobs fit in. Overall, I feel very excited about the work ahead!