Park Nilo Hotel

Address: 71 Rio Nilo, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 6500, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 71 Rio Nilo, Mexico City, is near Zoologico Los Coyotes, Cerro de la Estrella, Estudio de Joaquin Clausell, and El Cuahilote.
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Travel Blogs from Mexico City

Greeted with Hospitality

A travel blog entry by want9814 on Sep 09, 2014

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... than with some delicious street tacos, in fairness I (Wade) have never come across a taco I didn't like. After that we came back to the house for a much needed rest. An hour after getting back there was a thunder, lightning and hail storm. Rather than enjoy the view from the window Tammy and Wade decided on getting the full experience of the storm outside while Alyssa watched through her eyelids from her bed. She ...

Vamos Mexico! A week in Mexico City

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jun 08, 2014

2 comments, 37 photos

... stop at the lights or to pick some one up they can sell their entertainment services. The plaza itself is ok, nothing too spectacular. Lots of restaurants line the square and even more Mariachi trying to convince locals and tourists to buy a song. We are suckered into eating at this little place and it looked cheap enough - basic seats and menu. It was not a great dinner and not cheap by Mexican standards, we would have been more satisfied eating back at our fave place. Oh well, live ...

MEXICO CITY- THE LAND OF THE TACOS

A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Jan 19, 2014

38 photos

... people, it's all so fascinating it's hard to even believe. The museum was incredible, such an amazing place that encapsulates the respect Mexican people hold for their mysterious past. Next stop was dinner & drinks. Leo took us to a little suburb in Mexico City called La Condesa. It was absolutely gorgeous. Little bars, restaurants and cafe's lined the street. We spent the night wining and dinning but the highlight for sure was the alcoholic cactus shots. Leo ordered ...

D.F.

A travel blog entry by minicooper on Dec 21, 2013

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... costs 10 pesos! One would get off and another get on, the people selling CDs and DVDs, carrying a boombox or even a mini, portable TV! A lot more high-tech than the Peruvian guys selling penny sweets or a book of prayers on the bus! In the evening Manuel and i went to the Lucha Libre (Mexican wrestling), which was really fun. On Saturday, Manuel and I went on the open-top sight-seeing bus around the south and the centre of the city. It was really interesting to see a lot of ...

Teotihuacan

A travel blog entry by thelliotts on Sep 27, 2013

26 photos

... after its abandonment.

Only 2 square kilometers of the 22 kilometer civilization have been excavated. Teotihuacan was located at the north end of the Texcoco Lake (a huge lake basin now dried up, upon which Mexico City is located). In the low lying hills behind the site, the Toltecs mined obsidian, a black, smooth stone. The obsidian was used for for art, bowls, weapons, massage stones, etc. The obsidian stone was thought ...

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