Quinta Alma Sofia

Address: Camino a San Francisco, 7904, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 16807, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Camino a San Francisco, 7904, Mexico City, is near Museo Arqueológico de Xochimilco, Archaeological Museum of Xochimilco, Galería OMR, and La Taboada.
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          The Angel

          A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Jun 19, 2015

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          ... with a hulking security guard before taking the lift up a few levels. The 'virtual office' (a meeting space that can be booked out by any one of a handful of businesses) was particularly impressive. It was furnished with sculptures, book shelves full of old tomes and the odd antique. It was very comfortable. However, the most striking feature was the floor to ceiling glass in the corner of the room. There are no buildings shoulder-to-shoulder with ...

          Cancun - Mexico City, Day 6

          A travel blog entry by emilie.gauthier on Apr 20, 2015

          ... 10 minute walking distance) and checked in. It was almost 8pm by then. We were supposed to go visit apartments that evening, but because of the flight delay, we rescheduled that appointment. We instead walked to a restaurant recommended by someone working at the hostel (about 25 minutes away). We tried mexican food we hadn’t tried yet (tamale, huaraches, soap azteca, etc.) and we took the subway back to the hostel. We were pretty tired by then, so off to bed we ...

          In Mexico awaiting our next show

          A travel blog entry by veteranroadie on Sep 03, 2014

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          ... is not really a concern. Yesterday was our first real day in the city so myself and a couple of the crew went down to a museum of fine art. It was nice, but not really my thing. It was, however, really nice to get out and see some of the culture. I am hoping to eventually go out more today and see a little more of the country.


          Mexico City--Part 1

          A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 15, 2014

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          ... my room studying), interacting with the people, I see the difference. The people here are exceptionally helpful and friendly. Any question we've asked we've gotten an answer to. Or, the one time we asked a tough question that the person didn't know the answer to, we had to convince everyone (because there were 3 or 4 people working on it at that point) to stop trying to figure out the answer. I mean, we had asked about a tourist attraction in ...

          Mexico City - Another big city but awesome!

          A travel blog entry by markjezek on Feb 08, 2014

          2 comments, 41 photos

          ... AD

        • The city was used primality as a place for rituals, and spiritual worship

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        • The Toltecs left the city to waste away and it was only in the last century that the city was found and restorations began.

        • This was really interesting tour and totally glad that we did it - well worth it!! ...

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