Hotel Imperial Reforma

Address: Paseo de la Reforma 64, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06600, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Reforma/Downtown area of Mexico City, is near Murales de Diego Rivera en la Secretaría de Educacion Publica, Plaza Garibaldi, Plaza de las Tres Culturas, and Tlatelolco.
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    Social Economy - Chiapas Crafts

    A travel blog entry by mexitraveller on Jul 10, 2015

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    I am sorry to say that the app I downloaded as voice recorder in my IPAD doesn't work that well or it’s me that doesn't know how to use it, but whatever happened I lost 2 of the interviews I made to the social entrepreneurs I met while at that event at the University, but, I said I would write about them and I am, even though if I don't recall all what was said to me, I will try to portray a clear message and of course accurate.


    Mexico City

    A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on Mar 27, 2015

    ... and buildings much of which can still be seen. It is so sad how the media creates fear. I've met nothing but nice and kind people here in Mexico but from the media you would think it was a dangerous country to travel in. Most people are good in every country that I've been to. There are always those that out of fear, sadness and ignorance create harm but they are in the minority. You just have to mindful of how your presenting yourself and your possessions because there are many ...

    Nuestra visita a pie de la Ciudada de Mexico!

    A travel blog entry by teresa6514 on Dec 20, 2014

    33 photos

    ... Next, we have reached the house of Blue Tiles, La Casa de los Azulejos!

    This house, located at number 4 Francisco Madero Street, is covered in azulejos (tiles) from the state of Puebla, which are called talavera. Built in the 16th Century, this mansion has an interesting history:

    In 1737 the Count and Countess of Orizaba ordered the renovation of their home and the placement of the tiles. From 1881 it functioned as a private men's club to 1917 when it was ...

    Mexico City-Part 2

    A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 19, 2014

    14 photos

    ... wrapped in Mexican flags when faced with capture by American troops. Then, I headed to my main stop, the National Anthropology Museum. Besides the fact that it's an extremely important museum, they show it in the Spanish 2 textbook I use so I wanted to go there and take a picture to show my students. The museum covered human history starting with evolution, then switched to Mexican history through about the time the Spaniards arrived. It focused on ...

    Temporary collection of Mayas

    A travel blog entry by jormaontour on Apr 26, 2014

    4 photos

    ... to another. Don't invite yourself to those animals. I was stupid. Saw a strange person and anyway went there. Will not repeat this misstake.

    But the best was a nice dinner with ranchero music. I got Fajitas suizas with the best chipotlé i never eat before. I'll go back latter today and taste some tequila too. But first i need a second siesta.