Distrito Capital

Address: Juan Salvador Agraz # 37, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 05300, Mexico | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Juan Salvador Agraz # 37, Mexico City, is near Paseo por el Centro Histórico, Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana), Malecon, and Salto del Nogal.
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    Travel Blogs from Mexico City

    The Sun Stone

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 27, 2015

    8 photos

    ... weigh in excess of 20 tonnes are featured. The logistics involved in putting them on display must be very complicated. It was easy to get the impression that the prehispanic Mexicans were a very bellicose people. It is said that the Aztecs' empirical success was much to do with their prowess in war and ability to conquer neighbouring lands. Sacrifice was also an important part of prehispanic society in this part of the world. One display told the story of a game played ...

    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

    ... for warriors; and detailed the precise nesting architecture of the Aztec pyramid construction, which you can read about in the link above. It was remarkable to walk amongst these ruins, to see paint on the walls, and to watch current archaeologists carefully continuing the work from 40 years or more ago. Admission to the Templo Mayor museum was included in the price, but since we had been to the ...

    THE place for food lovers

    A travel blog entry by bulaska on Dec 06, 2013

    36 photos

    ... to find a trash can anywhere
    - you cannot buy alcohol in a supermarket after 11:30pm
    - there are kissing couples everywhere on the streets
    - it's soooo cheap! ;)
    - everyone can dance salsa, cumbia, Rock'n'Roll, etc.

    Teotihuacán, "City of Gods", is the first Mesoamerican city and one of the most important prehispanic sites of the country. It's an Aztec city built in 250 BC which experienced its fall in 700 ...

    Museo Nacional de Anytopologia

    A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Nov 23, 2013

    1 comment, 67 photos

    ... one attraction inside the cathedral being the pendulum hanging from the center dome. It was a good several metres out of plumb. The cathedral is slowly sinking.

    I knew ...