Segovia Regency

Address: Avenida Chapultepec 328, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06700, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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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, Ciudadela Curio Market, and Museo Ripley's Ciudad de México.
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    Travels in Mexico

    A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Jun 27, 2015

    22 photos

    ... at the Puma Terrace and the Butterfly Palace, but didn't climb this smaller pyramid. There's still a lot of excavation work going on here.

    Next day we flew to Cuba and when w e came back we had two more days in the centre of Mexico City, based at the Palace Hotel, which was well worth its A$50/night fee. This hotel is very close to the heart of the city, near the Monument to the Revolution. There was a HUGE rally by school teachers striking over some ...

    Easter weekend in D.F.

    A travel blog entry by neptunized on Apr 03, 2015

    43 photos

    Today we had one goal: buy Nike shoes for Leandro!
    As it was Easter weekend (Good Friday) almost all the shops were closed, only the ones in the center were open, the streets were empty as many people are on holday and out of town. And it was a beautiful day, sunny and about 26C.

    So we met at the shopping center where we had a coffee to get ...

    Mexico City is Lovely

    A travel blog entry by travelingtiara on Oct 26, 2014

    2 photos

    ... can't even imagine how lavish they must be on the inside. The style of the houses is such that there is a central courtyard or garden open to the elements. Just stunning. Historically the city was built on a canal system, but when the Spaniards arrived, they decided to fill the waterways with landfill. As a result, the city is continuously sinking, and many of the old buildings are crooked. This is most evident in the historic city ...

    Mexico City

    A travel blog entry by fourontour on Jun 22, 2014

    13 photos

    ... is an enormous building with very ornate detail with gilded altars and paintings. The next stop was the Templo Mayor which is the site of the Teocalli of Tenochtitlan where the Aztecs saw their symbolic eagle perching on a cactus with a snake in its beak. This is the current symbol of Mexico. The Aztecs believed it was the centre of the universe. The site was found by accident in the late 1970's when some Electricity workers found an 8 ton stone disc of the Aztec ...

    Come Tour Our Neighborhood

    A travel blog entry by saundersfamily on Jan 17, 2014

    4 comments, 14 photos

    ... shopping isn't all that is available in Polanco. Polanco is a great place to walk with many cafes to stop for a break. The streets are surrounded with beautiful architecture, nice landscaping, and beautiful parks can be found every ...