Posada Viena Hotel

Address: Marsella 28 Esq. Dinamarca, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06600, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Reforma/Downtown area of Mexico City, is near Frida Kahlo Museum (Museo Frida Kahlo), Paseo de Montejo, Anthropology and History Museum, and Nunnery Quadrangle.
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    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Jun 09, 2015

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    ... found the entrance to the National Palace. Luckily, entrance was free of charge but we had to leave Ben's passport as a deposit. From the outside, the palace is very uniform. Although it is grand, its rows of barred windows don't particularly catch the eye. Inside, the story is quite different. A motley arrangement of fine buildings from different eras, all distinguished and elegant in their own way, adorns the complex. We went to sit in a large grassed quadrangle featuring ...

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    ... there are a few square metres visible of the old city build by the Aztecs. It really brought home the majesty of what must have been and the absolute annihilation of it by the Spanish. Over hundreds of years, they had learnt new building techniques so made bigger, better pyramids around the last 1. It meant you could get a really tactile impression of how big and old they were. For the first time we were able to understand the scale and were left absolutely ...

    Heading Home...In Mexico Again??

    A travel blog entry by connieeasley on Aug 21, 2014

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    ... in our free country.

    I always come away remembering that I have seen corrupt political systems (Bolivia and Mexico) and semi-corrupt systems (Peru). And I have once again seen poverty beyond what Americans can even imagine. And it makes me appreciate all that I have. My family and friends, and a home that even the luckiest South Americans do not have.


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    ... schmancy dinner. I grab a popcorn chicken meal from KFC before we go home. I was still hungry from only having mash. We take a last walk down Franciso I Made and say farewell to Mexico.

    Our time here has been muy bien. We've had amazing unforgettable experiences such as the cenote diving in Tulum for Hinesh, we've experienced lively culture in places such has Oaxaca and met warm and happy people like the man at the World Cup match who gave us free food. Muchas Gracias Mexico thanks for the memories.


    Zocalo and around

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Dec 15, 2013

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    ... out to buy a hat while Paul and I toured the Temple. One tours the temples by walking on a boardwalk above the excavated site. The excavations reveal the many levels of the temple, as it had to be rebuilt multiple times since it continually sunk from weight into the soft soil of the lake. The Mexica would build up a wall outside the currently existing on and fill the space in between, creating a larger and larger pyramid each time. In addition to the major temple, there were ...