Hostal Frida B y B

Address: Francisco Javier Mina 54 , Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 04100, Mexico | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Francisco Javier Mina 54 , Mexico City, is near Casa Azul, Museo León Trotsky, Hotel Santa Clara, and Galería Gunther Gerzso.
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    Travel Blogs from Mexico City

    The Sun Stone

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 27, 2015

    8 photos

    ... large rubber ball. Using their forearms and hips, the players had to try to propel the ball through a stone hoop mounted vertically on the wall of a special arena. Depending upon how the game progressed, some players were decapitated, mid-match! The jewel in the museum's crown is the Sun Stone, which is arguably Mexico's most important sculpture. Displayed on wall, the Sun Stone is a 24.5 tonne stone disk, which gladiatorial fights would have taken place on. In the centre of ...

    Starting the Mexican adventure in DF....

    A travel blog entry by julietandthesea on Jan 02, 2015

    28 photos

    ... rookie point of view, I would describe it as a mixture between opera, theatre and a concert. We got to see the nativity play, which draw us back to Christmas. The location was breathtaking but the setting different than expected. There were only around 100 chairs as we arrived – outside (!!). Steffi and me dressed adequately for a German theatre, meaning dress and a short blouse, but no jacket. Fortunately, the play was just so diverse ...

    Day 3

    A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jul 31, 2014

    1 comment, 82 photos

    ... Rivera painted; having studied some of these murals in my art history classes, again, I was struck at being so close to them, seeing them in person. Something I won't forget soon...

    After leaving the Palace, we caught a bike taxi to our luncheon destination--a beautiful 18th century mansion called la Casa de los Azulejos, or the House of Tiles. The outside of this building is entirely covered ...


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 31, 2014

    5 photos

    ... but could not really expand upon the missing link. Some 'moth porn' right on the path provided a moment of diversion.

    A mirador had okay views. I frankly liked the solitary tree on the rocky outcrop bereft of any people as a better shot. We were walking at Suzie pace ie a Galapagos land tortoise. She does like to take the mickey out of Paul re his love of insects. She related a story he had seen some moth, suggesting it made his weekend. Well, it wouldn't be sack time ...

    THE place for food lovers

    A travel blog entry by bulaska on Dec 06, 2013

    36 photos

    ... masses (but it was still very crowded, but everything everywhere at anytime is crowded here). There are some very nice views of the city from the hill behind the church. The Mexicans are also still very fond of the pope, Jan Pawel II, his monuments are very frequent in the city.

    Another place worth visiting is Palacio Nacional where there are free guided tours about the murals of Diego Rivera which he painted inside the building. The entrance ...

    Traveler Photos Hostal Frida B y B Mexico City

    22. Papier Machee in Fridas house.
    Mexico City, Mexico