Hotel Prim

Versalles 46, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06600, Mexico | 2 star hotel
Prices starting from $38.00
 

Travel Blogs from Mexico City

Vamos Mexico! A week in Mexico City

A travel blog entry by heinzdora

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... a massive crowd have no idea what the protest was about. In line with the protestors are masses of police on hand, a small riot squad in full gear sits in the wings, just in case I guess.

We visit the Placio Nacional - office of the Mexican president and the National Treasury. We follow the other tour groups. We look at the murals on the wall that depict the history of Mexico. We saw images of the aztec, spaniards and war.

We then head out in search of Templo Mayor ...

Ahh Mehico...

A travel blog entry by maroline

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... our local downtown area. Loads of police. I mean everywhere. I would feel somewhat unsafe were it not for the fact that Mario and I are a good foot taller than most of the population. I see the locals look at Mario, look at me, then look at my feet. This is an ongoing occurrence. I should really get a pedicure... We come back after a few hours and I crash out for a while. We decide to take a tour to the Teotihuacan pyramids tomorrow. Day 2: Alarm goes off at ...

D.F.

A travel blog entry by minicooper

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... day a new reform had just been passed, and the president was there, so it was impossible to Enter the Palacio National of the ruins of a Mayan site they had started to excavate from underneath the cathedral. Nonetheless, i went in the cathedral, and then to the secretario de educacion publica which has over 100 Diego Rivera murales painted around its walls. The metro on the way back was filled with people selling everything from sweets and DVDs to gloves and headphones, ...

The hustle and the bustle of Mexico City

A travel blog entry by lorenrb

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For Tims R+R in September we headed to the massive Mexico City for a week of fun and relaxation.
We rented an apartment on the Paseo del la Reforma and instantly we were happy to be back in a city! First night we caught a taxi to Polanco and had the most delicious meal and fantastic wine. The weekend was spent exploring the Zocolo area and the park. During ...

Day 28 - Six flags

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

This is a top pick!

... stupid and have no idea how to do their job. Just like the women I purchased tickets off at six flags. It's all over the flyer, all over the Internet and even the lines inside confirmed there is such a thing as a flash pass, but when I asked this lady to buy a flash pass, she gave me absolute duck eggs and just looked at me stupid and said no and then spoke a bunch of Spanish really fast. So we ended up with regular entry tickets. We got inside and due to ...

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