Mision Zona Rosa Mexico City
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Travel Blogs from Mexico City
... to the pyramids.
As soon as you approach the area we were pestered by guys from every restaurant leading up to the entrance. Only £3 for me, free for P as he is a pensioner, and the ladies stayed in the car due to Tere's leg.
It had been fresh all morning so I had worn jeans. As soon as I started climbing all those stairs to the top of The "Sun" pyramid, the tallest, the sun came out in force. I have had little exercise in 3 months, apart ...
... I had my first Spanish conversation with our taxi driver and I blew it, all the time we spent learning Spanish meant nothing when he asked if i spoke spanish and my mind went blank... I put it down to jet lag and being very tired. Its very hard when you're put on the spot with an actual spanish speaking person, i should have said "Hablo un poco Espanol" which is I speak a little Spanish. We got to our hotel very quickly and in one piece, checked in got our ...
... comprehensive history museum and covers historical events in great detail as well as the people and cultures that lived in the region. A massive place I spent a good few hours here before becoming to drained to continue and there was still tons left to see. The museum itself is located in a museum park kind of area which despite being a bit crowded with local tourists buying sombreros, wrestling hats and ...
Mexico City has a good metro, nice markets and an area like the West End.
our hostel was a lovely old mansion, shame about me getting eaten alive by bedbugs!
all the itching meant i couldnt concentrate on the National Museum of Anthropology which was huge and amazing, could have been there a week n not seen it all.
I was going to see Frida Kahlo house in ...
... as a wonderfully weird and welcoming world, and captivates them with its year-round springlike climate, bubbling street life and abundant cultural offerings.
After an early morning start and a 7 hour bus ride, we arrived in our final sightseeing destination, Mexico City. It looked a little scrawny around the edges and it was full of pollution but we were still an hour out of the main area so we ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking