Dominion Corporate Suites

21 Aristoteles, Colonia Polanco, Mexico City, 11560, Mexico
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Guides needed

by lexith

I will be traveling to Mexico City in June with a group of high school students. What is the best way to find reliable guides for sites such as the Cathedral or the Pyramids?

Re: Guides needed

by Redlats

Have you considered trying to get a hold of a high school in Mexico City? There might be benefits for you to hook up with a school there - students there could practise their English on you while you practise your Spanish on them.

When our son when on a trip to Mexico a few years ago, they did quite a few activites with a local school class of their peers. I think it made their trip more memorable.

Re: Guides needed

by letxith

We'll be staying at the Hotel Majestic on the Zocalo. The problem is that I will have 17 people in my group, so transportation is a bit more complicated. I plan to use the metro during the times we can't walk to our destinations.

Re: Guides needed

by letxith

I love your idea! Would it be possible for you to let me know the name of the U.S. school so I could get more information from them?

Re: Guides needed

by Redlats

Sorry, The school my son went to would not be of much use to you as they did not go to Mexico City but to a much smaller city. There must be a way to contact schools in MC. Does anyone reading this from Mexico have an idea?

I would imagine trying to find contacts or teachers through your local school division or university that has a Spanish Dept., or would there be something on the net? (sorry I can't help there as I don't speak Spanish yet).

Good luck!

Travel Tips for Mexico City


by AnnaLupilla

- From the platform of Torre Latinoamericana you have an excellent view over the city ... depending on the weather conditions. Best view on windy days and unforgetable when the sun goes down, and the city's lights are switched on poco a poco.
Also great views of México offer:
- "Hotel de México" which is higher than the Torre
- The terrace of "Hotel Majestic" on the western side of the Zócalo. This is also a great place to watch a concert down there!

Not the usual way for police to make extra $$$...

by morgane1692

at least not the one you generally hear about...but we noticed on more than one occasion here on the sidewalks around Constitution Sq, cops would turn organ grinder sans monkey and put out a hat in hand, as if people would really drop any spare coins in?! Thankfully, this gesture was always met with the same response.

Packing List

by jetgirl

In general, everything imported (made outside of Mexico) is very expensive here. More expensive than if purchased back home. Things that are made in Mexico can be good deals here, but don't come here looking for bargains in clothing. Clothes here are either cheap and crappy or nice and very expensive. Same goes for shoes, though you can find some ok shoes that are made in Mexico for a good price. Also, save your shorts for the beach. No one really wears them on the streets here. Bring some nice clothes if you are going to nice restaurants as most men will wear a jacket for dinner.

Juarez Theater

by cobrioc

The stunning neoclassical Juarez Theater, with its Doric columns and bronze statues of Greek musers, stands to next to the baroque Churh of San Diego, whose standout feature is a facade of detailed, exuberant stone carvings.

Lots of Fun !!!!

by jlanza29 about Zona Rosa

If you have the energy to go out at night after walking allllll day long, the this would be a great place to start. The place is loaded with bars, clubs and variuos sources of entertainment....but word of caution, BE VERY AWARE of YOUR SURROUNDINGS !!!!!! keep together in groups, try not to venture out by yourself (your just looking for trouble) beware of picketpockets. Very crowded at night, the Zona Rosa is great lots of fun with the right company !!!!


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