NH Santa Fe

Address: Juan Salvador Agraz, 44, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 05109, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Miguel Hidalgo area of Mexico City, is near Zona Rosa, Ciudadela Curio Market, Museo Nacional de Historia, and Museo Casa de Carranza.
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      City express tour to teotihuacan

      A travel blog entry by hils80 on Oct 04, 2014

      ... Really religious people, more for poorer people, rich people do not go. Then we went to basilica of our lady of Guadelupe - crazy - more for poorer people at mexico, would not see rich people there, people so so religious - would crawl into church on their knees, usually if they're ill, or their child is ill for example, they would crawl on knees all the way into church to beg/pray to lady Guadelupe to help cure/save/heal their child. ...

      Diamond head And beer pong

      A travel blog entry by aidanellis9 on Jan 17, 2014

      ... to Disneyland for the weekend and la stop had my last American junk at a typically American diner and was surprised that I didn't need customs to leave America really strange the flight I got seated in the emergency exit as the boy couldn't speak English I thought I'm not going to need English in three hours I had the whole aisle for myself and slept most of the way. Super excited as I layers down to sleep however this would change tomorrow ...

      Templo Mayor

      A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Nov 24, 2013

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      ... end of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th. Leopoldo Batres did some excavation work at the end of the 19th century under the Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral because at this time, the temple was thought to be there. In the first decades of the 20th ...


      A travel blog entry by hamz on Oct 15, 2013

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      Our friendly guide picked us before 9am and headed north east 65kms to Teotihuacan to see the ancient pyramids of the Teotihuacan and Aztecs. Nice and early before the crowds and heat of the day. Awesome! We started at the pyramid de la luna (moon) and walked down the avenue of the dead to the pyramid de sol (sun) which we climbed to the top. Quite a steep climb in places but well worth it for the view of the entire area. The temple of Quezocoatle was spectacular ...

      Mexico City is HUGE!

      A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Jun 06, 2013

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      ... br> .
      The university was founded in 1551, Our first stop at the university was to the Department of Culture where they have a theater, workshops, a restaurant, and other facilities. We walked a little distance, then returned to the restaurant, Azul y Oro for lunch. Francisco suggested I get the tomales which I love, so that's what ...