La Loma Suites

Address: Calle Sierra Vertientes 380, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 11000, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Sierra Vertientes 380, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, is near Universum Museo de las Ciencias de la UNAM, Los Tuxtlas Biosphere Reserve, Museo Comité Olímpico, and Cuernavaca Country Club.
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Travel Blogs from Central Mexico and Gulf Coast

Mexico City, Mexico

A travel blog entry by teamsharry on Oct 07, 2015

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We arrived back into Mexico City and wrangled our way back through the metro to our cosy hostel. We had 3 full days left in the city and were keen to explore and see what it has to offer. The following day we hit up La Ciudadela, a crafty and colourful market filled with lots of beautiful trinkets and souvenirs from local vendors. We had a hoot walking through the market shopping for silly trinkets we don't really need! But we tend to ...

Mexico City, Goodbye Central America!

A travel blog entry by kayna on Aug 10, 2015

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... unmarked booth was what we were looking for. We got a reasonably priced ticket for a taxi to Centro Historico, joined the queue again, and after a few minutes were on our way.

On arriving in Centro Historico, we sought out breakfast, which was surprisingly difficult to find. We got some cold scrambled eggs in a cafe and enjoyed the coffee. Ken went out to find us a hostel, and settled on Hostel Amigo Suites after the receptionist offered him a deal ...

New Holland

A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Jun 13, 2015

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... hang out at weekends. As we arrived, we walked through an amazing market of art being sold in the park. There was so much of it! Nearby, there was a posh indoor art and craft market. Many well-to-do people were strolling about the place. We went to find somewhere to eat and enjoyed an excellent meal outside. Being right next to the pavement, we had many people trying to extract money from us. A harmonica player would play a few scanty ...

Rambling up Reforma

A travel blog entry by maryvcontrary on Jun 04, 2015

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... was flashing lights. Luckily it was free AND you get to leave via a cool lift that takes you up to the street - something for everyone!

After this we wondered up Reforma taking in the various monuments. First up was the Torre Mayor, not a monument but a shiny skyscraper that everyone loves.

After this we came to the Fuente de la Diana Cazadora, a fountain in the middle of a round about. Despite ...

¡El Zócolo!

A travel blog entry by oreydc on May 07, 2015

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... to the site of the former Templo Mayor.

It is M's 1'st visit to one of my favorite cities in the world, and so it was decided to begin, where it all began... Tenochtitlán, or the "umbligo del mundo" (the navel of the world). Since we only have one day and one morning here, we are concentrating our efforts in the historic center...

On the walk back too ...

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