Mision Zona Rosa Mexico City
Travel Blogs from Mexico City
... manage to catch that he is a local vendor and has plenty of these snacks so he is willing to share them. In return we give him our last couple of crackets (Mexican version of Ritz crackers). At half time, we get some more water and chips (or crisps for you British folk out there). I get the plain ones and Hinesh of course, chooses the chilli ones. We get back to the zocalo and settle in for the second half. Mexico scores a goal in the second half to take the lead and to eventually take ...
... It is located in Republic Square (Spanish: Plaza de la República) which divides Revolution Avenue between the avenues Paseo de la Reforma and Avenida de los ...
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Zona Rosa is a neighborhood known for shopping, nightlife, gay community, and more recently established Korean community.
... out of you to get up each section, but the fact that there are older and overweight people getting up there makes us push ourselves to reach the top. We stop for a breather at the end of each section which everyone else seems to do, within 15 minutes we make it to the top. There are a lot of people at the site on this hot sunny day and a fair few up the top of the pyramid but its not too crowded. We take in the amazing view that the pyramid gives of ...
... on the way to buy one of their old boxes to pack some stuff in to send (post office doesn't sell boxes or anything to pack stuff in). Once back at the hostel we used our incredible packing skills to pit everything in and tape the box shut. Back at the post office I had to buy some yellow paper and borrow someones tape to cover my box up before sending it. Finally it was time to set it free into the hands of the (hopefully trustworthy and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility