Suites Marne

Address: Rio Marne 12, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06500, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mexico City

!Hola amigos!

A travel blog entry by tildiz on Jun 14, 2015

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... kings and that boooliiing things ;) ) We have mostly just been walking around in the city, well the area where we live. Eaten tacos every day! So good! I've realized that real tacos is made of you know the hard taco bread we have at home? The one who is almost like a shell/sandwich? The real taco is with kind of that bread BUT it's soft :D yummie! Been to Teotihuacan pyramids, it's build of the Maya people a couple of ...

Backpack Mission - Sightseeing - Thunderstorm

A travel blog entry by neptunized on Apr 01, 2015

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When we woke up we first of all phoned with Philine on Facetime for an hour! It was great to hear her!

At around then we left the house for out backpack mission. The first shop was in walking distance, but they only had one option and we were not yet happy with it. To the next shop we took the taxi, but this shop did not exist on this address anymore. So we took another taxi and let us drive to the south part of the center to the third shop. This shop was closed. ...

Mexico City--Part 1

A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 15, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... it around, I slipped into my seat and was glad to see she gave the doll to the flight attendant to store somewhere. I heard the people behind me laugh and talk about having a seat for a doll. It was pretty ridiculous. I only wish I could have gotten a picture.

In the Mexico City airport I had 4 hours to kill until my friend Amy arrived. As I was boarding the plane in Dallas, literally as the guy was scanning my boarding pass, he ...

Paradise, Pagentry and Penalty in two Hemispheres

A travel blog entry by gillie.bowen on Mar 05, 2014

3 comments, 14 photos

... up the hire car at the airport and headed into the mad world of Mexican traffic, we were a little frayed round the edges. Lost within minutes (despite clear Google directions), we were heaved over by a traffic cop for allegedly going through a red light. He fined us an immediate 3800 pesos (about 190) and demanded to see our passports and driving licence. As we only had 1500 pesos, he reluctantly accepted the cash, pocketed it, blew ...


A travel blog entry by sarahguzzy on Jan 11, 2014

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... was going on but we were still able to take pictures and see the image of Guadalupe. To view the image of Guadalupe you have to stand on a conveyor belt. The reason for this is because people would stand under the image for long periods of time. We spent about an hour at the Basilica taking pictures and shopping in the gift store. It was a good way to end a great ...