Ramada Aeropuerto Mexico

Address: Boulevard Aeropuerto Aereo No. 390, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, C.P. 15500, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Boulevard Aeropuerto Aereo No. 390, Mexico City, is near Coba Ruins, Ek Balam, Edzna, and Kabah.
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    Travel Blogs from Mexico City

    Starting the Mexican adventure in DF....

    A travel blog entry by julietandthesea on Jan 02, 2015

    28 photos

    ... Yes, people will stare at you and if you mention and look back, they will not stop starring. Apparently, it is not considered rude to do so. After a few times, you will just get used to it. If you want to enter the metro: Be fast! And never be surprised if some soap bubbles come your way, as the metro is a place to sell presents, give little concerts and to persuade others from your religion. People cannot go anywhere, so course this is ...

    Day 2

    A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jul 30, 2014

    84 photos

    ... of the city) through Polanco and to the area around Chapultepec Park, which is where the museum is situated.

    And what a museum it is! For about $5 Canadian, you have access to the entire permanent collection which encompasses the native cultures of a number of different regions in Mexico, but the museum is so big we only really spent time in the Mayan and Aztec sections. The Aztecs were the ones that lived in the area that ...

    Day 13 Chapultepec park again

    A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Jun 27, 2013

    14 photos

    ... We made our way around a lot quicker because most of the stuff we had seen and we were only stopping to see the good stuff. In the snake enclosure we saw some pretty incredible snakes, like the Burmese python and the anaconda. There were lots of rattle snakes and turtles but I was surprised they had no Australian snakes considering we have some of the deadliest in the world. We went back to a few enclosures where we couldn't see the animal the day before ...

    A week of Mexico city

    A travel blog entry by jeremyholden on Dec 06, 2012

    1 comment, 49 photos

    ... world at that time! The city did not have a formal empire, but dominated cenrtal Mexico and there is strong evidence that its ruling families married into and sometimes replaced the nobles in many of the great Mayan cities. And yet we don't even know who built it. We don't even know its real name - Teotihuacan is simply what the Aztecs called it, who came a whole 400 years after the abandonment of this city. All of which I knew before and all of which had made it my ...

    Markets and Museum

    A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe on May 19, 2012

    23 photos

    ... Oaxacan cheese, meant to be lowfat, is stringy and tastes salty.

    While eating, I heard this soothing 'flute-like' music. I saw people looking up the sky, then I saw a large pole. Curious, I came close to the pole and saw four colorfully dressed natives hanging upside down, arms stretched, as if in a trance, with a roped tied to their waist from the top of the pole. They are revolving (swinging) around the pole. The rope unwinds ...