Travel Blogs from Mexico City
Die Mexikaner wollten uns fast nicht mehr ins Land lassen! Der Beamte löcherte uns in seiner fast schon aggressiven Art mit Fragen, dass wir uns zusammen nehmen mussten, um nicht zu lachen (gegrinst haben wir aber schon…). Nicht dass sie uns dann noch in die hinterste Ecke von Mexiko verfrachtet hätten…!
Unser erwarteter …
... once a great Aztec temple, and other large buildings. The center of the plaza was being occupied by a large screen, plus some smaller ones, for the World Cup. There was a game playing on it (on replay) and some people were watching. That would be the place to be during a game if you like lots of people and excitement!
We tried to tour the national palace and ruins, but they were both closed since it was Monday. We rescheduled those ...
... wrestlers, building up to the main event, a three on three extravaganza. Sitting in a crowd dominated by Mexican, they were chanting, shouting and screaming - screaming profanities we later found out. So when in Rome… we started screaming the same profanities as tought to us by the locals, receiving lots of smiles and laughter. The main stars of the night were Dragon Rojo (mask purchased), Guerrero Maya, Puma, Mascara Dorada, Polvora and Mistico ...
... the site did not come until late in the 20th century. On 25 February 1978, workers for the electric company were digging at a place in the city then popularly known as the "island of the dogs." It was named such because it was slightly elevated over the rest of ...
... that only locals can show you! We started off by sampling a wide arrange of Mexican alcohols; beers, salted beers, tequila (Claro!), more beer and more spirits and the weird, wonderful and varied ways of drinking all of them. Surely the amount of alcohol consumed would go someway to loosening up our very non-Latino hips?? NO! We went to a very lively salsa bar, where, in spite of the best efforts of some very tolerant ...
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Other places to stay in Mexico City
Juan Salvador Agraz # 37, Mexico City | 4 star hotelfrom $162
Polanco, Mexico City | Hotelfrom $219
Napoles, Mexico City | 3 star hotelfrom $80
Zona Rosa, Mexico City | 4 star hotelfrom $149
Napoles, Mexico City | 1 star hotelfrom $104
Fernando Gonzalez Roa #8, Mexico City | Hotelfrom $66
Bolivar #57, Centro Historico, Mexico City | Hotelfrom $56
Chapultepec, Mexico City | Hotel$315 average
Carretera Toluca, S/N, Mexico City | Hotelfrom $158