Apartamentos-Hotel Avilla

Address: Sombrereros No 9, Col. Tabacalera, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06030, Mexico | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn, located in the Tabacalera area of Mexico City, is near Museo Mural Diego Rivera, Museo Nacional de San Carlos, Puente de Alvarado, and Pinacoteca Virreinal de San Diego.
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    The Sun Stone

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 27, 2015

    8 photos

    ... of the courtyard, water pours off the edges of a wide square of roof, supported by single carved pole. We spent several hours admiring the wonderful prehispanic displays. The craftsmanship was remarkable: a reminder of the complexity and sophistication of cultures that we think of as 'ancient'. The artefacts in obsidian, such as arrowheads and jewellery, caught our eye. At the other end of the scale of magnitude, the museum houses some gigantic pieces. Several statues ...

    Starting the Mexican adventure in DF....

    A travel blog entry by julietandthesea on Jan 02, 2015

    28 photos

    ... Yes, people will stare at you and if you mention and look back, they will not stop starring. Apparently, it is not considered rude to do so. After a few times, you will just get used to it. If you want to enter the metro: Be fast! And never be surprised if some soap bubbles come your way, as the metro is a place to sell presents, give little concerts and to persuade others from your religion. People cannot go anywhere, so course this is ...

    Day 3

    A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jul 31, 2014

    1 comment, 82 photos

    ... from the outside, but the real treat was inside. Once we passed through the gates (admission was free but you needed to hand over an identification card for access, which you picked up again at the exit) we went into a beautiful patio with a fountain, open to the sky (as many buildings here are), and then up a set of stairs to be faced with a triptych mural painted by Diego Rivera that depicts the history ...


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 31, 2014

    5 photos

    ... look for an ATM for Cathy. Never walked up the street into town the prior two late afternoons which turns out to be a shame. It has character albeit the locals seem a bit more hesitant than, for instance, Patzcuero which probably sees more tourists. The town had some great pastel colours. Bruce picked up some sort of agricultural seeds. Guess that isn't being declared at customs.

    Said goodbye to Angangueo at 0923, immediately starting to gain elevation. Houses were ...

    THE place for food lovers

    A travel blog entry by bulaska on Dec 06, 2013

    36 photos

    ... the security on the bus very seriously, though. Before boarding you have to pass through a security control (like at the airport), then all of the passengers are filmed and there is also police going through the bus on various stops.

    Mercado de Sonora
    It's one of the weirdest places in Mexico DF. Apart from normal stuff that you can buy on every market, here you can also find everything that you need for voo-doo rituals or simply for your ...