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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Lepanto Mexico City
Travel Blogs from Mexico City
Spending a few days in Mexico city. It is a very busy place because of the millions of people here. One of the biggest cities in the world. Surges, pulses Masses of humanity Constant migration Local foods, smells Massive cathedrals Burying temples Sinking into the muck Of a long drained lake Running out of water Pilgrimage to work Raw throat Voices day and night Good people Selling dreams Took the overnight bus here and arrived early in the morning. Not the best sleep wedged ...
... we spotteda small plaza with a retaurant! It was a very rustic setting which we loved and we had a lovely meal and a few drinks whilst people watching!
By now, it was getting late and dark, so we set off for home, on our homeward journey we managed to get slightly lost on both the train and the bus, haha!
Eventually, we made it back to our locality and after all that messing around getting back, we decided to stop for a drink at the restaurant, 'Barrio ...
... you can find in most Spanish-speaking countries, and a sandwich. I relaxed for a bit and then headed to the hotel in the light rain.
Sa*************ed back to the Bosque de Chapultepec, where the anthropology museum is, to check out the castle-turned museum. On the way I stopped at Sanborns (a different location than the one Amy and I went to) for a delicious, typical breakfast of chilaquiles. The walk to the castle was wet as it was raining a ...
... the Mexican cause. The avenue is also lined with skyscapers and is the financial & business hub of Mexico. We followed some suited business people to an awesome little street food vendor where we had the best Tacos with piccante sauce, meatballs in tomato sauce, chicken and mushroom & various other nibbles for around $4. So tasty I’m simply in love with Mexican food. It’s very different to Mexican food in Aus but is even ...
... toasted sandwich: first rate dish. Had a Tecate beer which was cold and went down fine.
Walked back to the Viveros metro stop, not quite getting the route we wanted. This time we aced things, getting off at the Juarez metro stop, noting the instructions to give to the girls who have 3 days in the city at trip's end. Got a litre of agua 9 MP.
Back to download the pix and chill a bit. Left after 1630 for the Zocalo. We could ...