Apartamentos-Hotel Avilla

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 Museo de Artes y Industrias Populares.
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    Travel Blogs from Mexico City

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    A travel blog entry by nmblohm on Jul 21, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... and well organized. It was an important city for hundreds of years, and remained important to the Aztecs until it was abandoned. While at Teotihuacan, we climbed the third largest pyramid in the world! Did I mention the stairs? Oh that's because there are a million! It was 233 feet high and we climbed another that was slightly smaller. Alissa and I logged 18,600 steps today. Needless to say our legs were tired! We also decided that when ...

    Week Seventeen

    A travel blog entry by sian_and_jim on Oct 27, 2013

    18 photos

    ... it didn't have the luxury of a working engine so after breaking down a few times we finally changed onto a different bus. We were only a few hours late to Mexico City though, definitely worth the savings. That night we met up with an Aussie friend currently living in a Playa del Carmen and went out for yummy dinner at a Tequileria and some drinks at a couple of cute bars in La Condesa. Saturday we walked around the huge Central Park of the city and visited the modern art gallery. ...

    Ancient/Modern D.F.

    A travel blog entry by zendrik on Aug 26, 2013

    5 photos

    ... atmosphere, served by the lower classes. Having recently read Terence MacKenna's Food of the Gods, I am now even more aware of the difference between Dominator cultures and Participant cultures. I don't claim to be in any way an expert on Meso-American cultures, and indeed one can conceive of benevolent dictators, and I would love to believe that these massive structures can be created by a communal sense of ...

    Ciudad de Mexico

    A travel blog entry by paulandjemma on Mar 27, 2013

    10 photos

    ... br> The city is thought to have been founded in around 100 BC and grew over time to reach a population of around 125,000 by the middle of the first millennium, making it the largest city in the Americas. Teotihuacan means 'where man met the gods' and it is thought to have been an important religious and ceremonial centre where sacrifices were carried out on stone platforms in front of the two main pyramids. Needless to say, the site is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site ...

    6. My imagination is a scarier place than Mexico

    A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Jul 14, 2012

    1 photo

    ... would go through the gate and things would be quiet again. It was like magic. I asked the woman sitting next to me how I knew when to get my bus, and she looked at my ticket and told me to get in line at 9:00. It was 8:15.

    At 8:55 I decided to use the restroom. I found it on the far wall, and it cost $4 (about $.30 US). I handed my $5 coin to the attendant and was admitted through the security gate. My pack barely made it. Toilet paper was mounted on the wall ...