Wyndham Garden Hotel Mexico City-Polanco
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... crosswalks for me to look forward to walks anymore. Dixie refused walking in this crowded area almost the moment we moved here. Our dog that once loved daily walks in the U.S. has been getting most of her exercise playing fetch indoors. Driving to places instead of walking is not an option. Driving here is not for the faint of heart & sitting in traffic is not worth it. The UV index is consistently above 11 (insanely high), which is a warning to ...
... visited the city, for a few days earlier in the month, so had only one place left on my list for the day: Frida Kahlos Blue House museum, in Coyoacán. As I was short on time, I hopped in a taxi and was soon out in the suburb of Colonia Del Carmen. As I pulled up to the museum, I was impressed by the building which felt surprisingly modern, considering it was built over a hundred years ago, in 1902. Frida Kahlo was born in the house in 1907 and lived there for a ...
Most of these street scenes were mainly taken along the Avenida Madero, Av Juarez or the immediate ...
... fantastic welcoming. Our guide did arrive, and the dozen of us had a great tour of the old town and new town, visiting an amazing Catholic Cathedral, a hacienda that is now a museum, a craft and food market, flower market, shrimp market, jewelry store, and tequila outlet. Mazatlan is the shrimp capital of Mexico and we saw a lot of shrimp, separated by size. The largest shrimp were about the length of my hand and cost about $2 each. We also stopped to watch the cliff divers. The ...
... preserving this history. We later rode the metro back to the hotel - and then with bags in tow headed to the bus stop. We managed to get to the bus just before it started raining to the night (with the hurricane on the coast, Mexico City had been getting downpours every night). Everything went super smoothly on the bus- it was a long night drive (13hours)- and the bus was really comfortable. Considering we had gone with the budget option- we were quite impressed! :) Amanda & ...