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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sevilla Mexico City
quite ok hotel. But internet quality is real. bad. Area is nice with good restaurangs and communication by the metrobus.
But it feels that the team have too much focus to themself and not customers.Some dirty impression.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sevilla Mexico City
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Sorry to say. Tomorrow this temporary exhibition will be closed. I wanted to DF to see this.
It was a very good collection of the Mayan art. I was happy to walk there tree hours. But there were lotts of people and i felt tired after the visit. I put here some pics here and hope you get some ideas how great the Mayan art and culture was. I …
... absolutely hit the spot. After lunch, Vanessa and I walked her two dogs--Tosca and Wheeler--around her neighbourhood, a barrio on the up and up as a result of gentrification. It's a quiet place, but the people...my god, the people...there are so many of them! Everywhere! This city really is huge. I can't wrap my head around it. Truly.
I had a bit of a nap, which was lovely, and then I helped Vanessa's mom decorate their apartment for Vanessa's birthday ...
... sell beers by the bucket. 2 Corona’s are poured into a huge cup for 60 pesos. Much better than lite beer at and ACDC concert in Sydney!!
More Tips for travellers:
- Take the security cabs from the airport. You buy your ticket just outside the baggage claim after passing migration. Trip to the City Centre (Zocalo) costs 165 pesos ($13AUD);
Day One Hundred and Ninety Six - Thursday 21st March 2013 PM
We landed on time in Mexico City and were relieved to see both bags eventually emerging through the hatch onto the luggage carousel. Paul made contact with his friend Gustavo by means of a text message - the first time we had used a mobile phone in over six months - and we had only been waiting in the arrivals area for a few minutes when Gustavo arrived to pick us up in his car and whisk us off to ...
... some of what was said, the whole process obviously taking longer, much of what the guide said being missed.
The Temple of the Sun was very busy, a long conga line forming after the second climb which was something different in a day of largely repetition for me.
Back to the non-existent bus, the driver zooming around late, claiming he had gone for gas; yeah, right.
To the Nuevo Internacional restaurant for lunch. The waiter was pushing the salad ...