Lark Hotel

Address: Mariano Azuelao.12 , Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06400, Mexico | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the San Rafael area of Mexico City, is near Coba Ruins, Ek Balam, Edzna, and Kabah.
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    Travel Blogs from Mexico City

    Ruined in Central America

    A travel blog entry by goldsack on Jun 17, 2015

    43 photos

    ... hoping to find a bird encounter like this for some time. Plenty of bird feeding trays seems to do the trick, and the fact that many of them have been released over the years, from the a bird sanctuary in the area.
    The site is now a mixture of tumble-down ruins (just look like little hills) and excavated ruins all surrounded by trees. Some of the trees are very large and their roots have reduced many structures to piles of rubble, but the oldest tree ...

    Hop On Hop Off Bus

    A travel blog entry by rjknowltn on Feb 21, 2015

    23 photos

    ... residence of the Mexican head of state. The oldest and most visited area is the park main attractions...a zoo, 9 museums, one of the worlds largest roller coasters, a labyrinth of cheap vendors, taco stands and a small artificial lagoon renting pedal boats. Seeing it was a gorgeous day, we each paid the $20 pesos for a little different type of traveling fun. The lagoon was filled with families enjoying the near perfect weather, ...

    Week 4

    A travel blog entry by lagringarubia on Jun 03, 2014

    ... me-shee-ka) pyramids. The view atop of the mountain was absolutely breathtaking. Once we returned to sea level we did some bartering, ate some "nieve" (ice cream without dairy, so yum!), and returned home to start work on the corrido. Although I am very worn out from all the traveling and schoolwork, I feel incredibly blessed for my time here in Mexico and cannot wait for these last 2 weeks! Now I'm off to eat some dinner and memorize this corrido! Hasta luego, ...

    The Last City on my List

    A travel blog entry by deni367 on May 27, 2014

    31 photos

    ... the way. The shrine itself was very modest, it was started over 12 years ago by a lady who owns the flower shop next to it. It was definitely worth finding the shrine, with an estimated 5-10 million followers, La Santa Muerte is a growingly important part of Mexico. The shrine was in a very "local" area, which probably doesn't see any tourists, but I still felt very safe and not at all unwelcome. Nevertheless, we still had to move on quite quickly so that we could get ...

    Riots in Mexico City

    A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Nov 23, 2013

    2 comments, 189 photos

    ... It was quite comical with whistles been used to warn fellow traders of the approaching police. Secretly I wish the police came with the riot shields.