Mision Zona Rosa Mexico City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... torta I've had. If you don't know what they are, they are a massive burger/roll with shredded meat cooked on the grill with veges and avacado and enough to fill you up for a decent portion of the day, great stuff.
The next day we walked in the other direction and after playing with highly curious squirrels and Nick once again getting shat on by a tree dwelling animal, found ourselves in the zoo. In the massive MC park they have a zoo that is ...
... in the 1810s, but unfortunately, as the land in Mexico's historic downtown is reclaimed from the marshes that existed there before, the entire western portion of the building is sinking. Considerable efforts have been made to preserve the building and are ongoing. We arrived during a service but skirted the outside and went along the various chapels (these old Catholic churches are wonderful for ...
... all the men wear pants, jeans in particular, with t-shirts or polo’s. Wear shorts and you stand out even more so than the gringo you may be.
Pascion de Cristo – if you are ever in MC at Easter, you MUST go to ItzaPalapa and celebrate Good Friday with them. 2 million people congregate on the town to watch a full re-enactment of Jesus’ crucifixion. Over 5,000 people participate in the show. The main actor, Jesus, walks about 7 kilometres ...
... primarily for tourism. As the case with most towns and cities there is a main square with a church as the centerpiece with lots of shops and housing to the side of it. The Frida Kahlo museum is also based here but the queue was too long to ...
... about getting over to the concert. The website advertised doors at 10pm, but without a ticket got there early around 9.15. As I got out the Metro station, heard they were on stage so ran across a blind corner and was probably within a couple of centimetres of full on getting run over. With that obstacle overcome, asked the bouncer how long they had been on stage (apparently about 10 minutes) and what time the concert finished (about another hour and a quarter). Paid ...