Segovia Regency

Avenida Chapultepec 328, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06700, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Zona Rosa area of Mexico City, is near Frida Kahlo Museum (Museo Frida Kahlo), Museo de Cera de la Ciudad de México, Museo Ripley's Ciudad de México, and Ciudadela Curio Market.
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Travel Blogs from Mexico City

Journal Entry on Mexico

A travel blog entry by latin-america on Oct 31, 2014

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... of offerings to the spirits
It is a celebration of remembrance
It is like Halloween but a celebration of life

Link to literary visual: https://docs.google.com/a/g.coppellisd. ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jul 31, 2014

1 comment, 82 photos

... from pre-colonial times through to the 1930s, which is when they were painted. Not only that, there are 11 more murals lining the second floor, all painted by Rivera, which depict various aspects of Mexican daily life--the Aztec marketplace, Mayan celebrations, and the dismal portrayal of Cortes landing at Veracruz. Never before have I seen such ugliness painted in someone's face as what I saw looking at ...

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Nov 22, 2013

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... enter the complex is $10 and includes admission to the museum, which contains a lot of the history behind Teotihuacan. It is probably the most impressive pyramid complex outside of Giza. It takes several hours to see it and is truly an incredible site. There are two gigantic pyramids. I believe one is pyramid of the sun and one is pyramid of the moon. Both of these pyramids are located on Avenue of the Dead, which used to be the ...

Bananawho?!

A travel blog entry by doove on Nov 10, 2013

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... I was mobbed by any more people asking me what my favourite colour was.

Once back in DF, went to a sandwich shop whose claim to fame was the Gladiatoro. Hadn’t eaten all day, and spurred on by the fact it would be free if you could finish it within 20 minutes went and found the café. I have NEVER seen anything so humungous in my life, and certainly would have blew my Fat Cow Burger Eating challenge (the one where I then spent the next four hours trying not to ...

Mexico Day 3: Teotihuacan

A travel blog entry by b.d.gibbens on Mar 06, 2013

... for messages, juice for digestion and appetite suppression etc The Pyramids themselves were amazing. The temple of the moon being the smaller pyramid, and temple of the sun the larger. Both are technically the same height, due to a slope in the ground.I climbed both. Very steep and high steps, and altitude was noticeable. The avenue of the dead had some well preserved ruins with original paint ...