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

      Mexico City--Part 1

      A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 15, 2014

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... Alameda Park. We walked through there, just taking it in. We then headed back to the hotel where we regrouped and rested a bit. In our journey to get back, we asked our waiter where we watched the game how to get back. Well, I knew there was a Sullivan St. near our hotel, and he referred to it as he was discussing our situation with another waiter. We told him that that was my last name, and he said it was a very well-known street. Nice!
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      Ahh Mehico...

      A travel blog entry by maroline on Feb 04, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... secretly hope Mario will get up and go pay for our tours. And like the perfect husband, he does :) We have breakfast and hop on the bus to visit various sights, but the most notable are the Guadaloupe Shrine and the Teotihuacan pyramids. You hear much about the pyramids of Giza, but not so much about these. They almost rival the Egyptian pyramids in terms of size and impressiveness. We climbed both. One is roughly 40m high, the other 75m. Formidable how they built ...

      The most spiritual day I ever had.

      A travel blog entry by tim.gerdmann on Jan 11, 2014

      9 photos

      This morning we went to Pyramids of Tepoztlan near Mexico City, it was a great experience and I learned quite a bit. The Pyramids are often called Aztec pyramids but they are not they were made several hundred years prior to the Aztech by the Tlachtli. The two main pyramids have been called the Pyramid of the Sun and Pyramid of the Moon, but recent discoveries of statutes on each Pyramid have caused some archaeologists believe that it would be more accurate to call them ...

      Pyramids

      A travel blog entry by hamz on Oct 15, 2013

      5 photos

      Our friendly guide picked us before 9am and headed north east 65kms to Teotihuacan to see the ancient pyramids of the Teotihuacan and Aztecs. Nice and early before the crowds and heat of the day. Awesome! We started at the pyramid de la luna (moon) and walked down the avenue of the dead to the pyramid de sol (sun) which we climbed to the top. Quite a steep climb in places but well worth it for the view of the entire area. The temple of Quezocoatle was spectacular ...

      Mexico Day 9: National Palace

      A travel blog entry by b.d.gibbens on Mar 12, 2013

      Visited the National Palace that housed in our opinion the greatest murals by Diego Rivera, that portrayed several different Mexican cultures, and huge piece of artwork in the main stairwell showing Rivera's interpretation of the history of Mexico, including the revolution and independence from Spain. The highlight was definitely having several Mexican school girls wanting their photo with me - clearly thinking I was someone famous - so of course I assumed ...