Real del Sur

Address: Av. Division del Norte No. 3640, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 04620, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Monastiraki area of Mexico City, is near Diego Rivera Studio Museum, Museo Estudio Diego Rivera, Reserva Ecologica Cuemanco-Xochimilco, and Zoologico Los Coyotes.
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    Travel Blogs from Mexico City

    The National Palace

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Jun 09, 2015

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    ... seats for about forty representatives. She added, 'We have about a thouseand and they never do anything.' Near the entrance to the National Palace is a museum dedicated to Benito Juarez. Juarez is perhaps the country's most celebrated historical figure and is seen by many as the father of modern Mexico. He served five terms as president, dying in office. He oversaw the repulsion of French occupation, restored the republic and modernised. The museum comprised a tasteful selection ...

    Well, travel did not start so hot... not at all...

    A travel blog entry by avantiura on Mar 14, 2015

    ... hit the ground I was surprised this super old Boeing didn't split in half - however, we were sitting on tarmac for about half an hour because of a congestion we were told. Then, plane moved, drove for a while and stopped again but at no gate. They said we are going to get off soon. But, alas! Something wrong with the stairs not working and they had to find some different stairs. Long story short - an hour and a half later we were getting of the plane and into ...

    Fridas spirit

    A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Aug 08, 2014

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    ... arena. After Frida died, Diego turned the house into a museum and helped to preserve her life to the best of his ability. One of my favorite pieces is the unfinished portrait of herself, showing her pencil marks. How the painting was first thought out. Some may say she gave birth to many freedoms and visions we see today. No one can ever take away the sense of absence that comes with not being able to bear a child but she lived the most full life she knew ...

    Adios, México

    A travel blog entry by lagringarubia on Jun 16, 2014

    ... for one last night. They have been such a blessing and I think they will be one of the things I miss most about the D.F. Well it's almost dinnertime, then off to pack! I get picked up at 6:15am tomorrow so I guess going to bed early would be a good idea too. Thanks, y'all for reading, I'll probably be posting about my Ecuador trip on this blog too so look out for that in a little over a week! Peace out, Mexico, it's been a great ride and I hope to see you again ...

    Zocalo and around

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Dec 15, 2013

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    After Belles Artes, we walked through a delightful park, where children were playing in the fountains, to the Diego Rivera Mural Museum. There, we were treated to "Dreams of an Afternoon along the Alameda" – it was fun to look at the diagram to see who was depicted where, then go up close to the mural to see how they were painted. Maximilian did not look as much like a Hapsburg idiot as I would have thought.

    From here, we left the old district and began ...