Hotel Residencia Rochester

Rochester 22 , Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 03810, Mexico | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mexico City

Vamos Mexico! A week in Mexico City

A travel blog entry by heinzdora


... exe since that's about 80cents (you can get these in Aus for 30cents). Its a refreshing treat as the heat turns up.

We now wander into the main tourist drag - Francisco I Made. Lots of people around and we feel like we're on Oxford St back in London. We find the local park - Alameda Central and find a shady spot to chill. In the pergola in front of us are four little teeny bops practising a dance routine (one which Hinesh would not approve of his daughter doing ha ha ha). ...

Ahh Mehico...

A travel blog entry by maroline


... with volcanic rock, no animals to pull anything and no wheels. We have a great lunch at a little restaurant near the pyramids, listen to a fabulous little Mariarchi duo and they give us a brief history about obsidian and a very large aloe vera plant which has many a use (not just aloe, wa- hey!). Get back to our hostel, realise we're almost out of cash because the money hasn't yet gone through on our cash passport. So we settle on a dinner of three beers ...


A travel blog entry by minicooper


... costs 10 pesos! One would get off and another get on, the people selling CDs and DVDs, carrying a boombox or even a mini, portable TV! A lot more high-tech than the Peruvian guys selling penny sweets or a book of prayers on the bus! In the evening Manuel and i went to the Lucha Libre (Mexican wrestling), which was really fun. On Saturday, Manuel and I went on the open-top sight-seeing bus around the south and the centre of the city. It was really interesting to see a lot of ...

The hustle and the bustle of Mexico City

A travel blog entry by lorenrb


... we also visited the Archaeological Museum and the pyramids of Teotihuacán. We also fit in a few more visits to Polanco to wine and dine and pick up some essentials to take back to Banamichi (like a coffee machine!)
After an exam Thursday morning we celebrated our final night at Restaurant Pujol, rated number 17 in the world, which was extremely good!

Day 28 - Six flags

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

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... being on there were kids everywhere. We first went to walk onto the superman coaster, the biggest in the entire park, but the sign out the front showed you can't have glasses, a hat, a phone, or anything except for your clothes, so we went to get a locker. After walking around for a bit we found a locker then went and lined up in the closest roller coaster which was the dark knight, the newest coaster in the park. The line was pretty long, we waited 15 mins in ...


This 4 star hotel, located in the Napoles area of Mexico City, is near La Condesa, Monumento a los Niños Héroes, Plaza Mexico, and Galeria Museo.
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