Hotel Del Bosque Ciudad De Mexico

Melchor Ocampo 323, Colonia Neuva Anzures, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 11590, Mexico
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Trip to Mexico City and Pyramids near the place

by csuresh

I currently reside in Malvern, PA. I am looking for some good package deals to Mexico City and the pyramids near the place. Package to include airport transfers, stay and sight-seeing in and around the place. If inclusive of Air fare that is also good for me. Taking a flight from Newark Airport, JFK Airport or Philadelphia International Airport is okay for me. Can anyone suggest websites and reliable tour operators whom I can depend on. It is very late, but thinking of making a trip during Thanks Giving Holidays. If not atleast during Christmas time.

Re: Trip to Mexico City and Pyramids near the place

by Chenbaaxal

If you had a group and more time or a LOT of money, you could probably arrange something comprehensive with a tour operator. Or now you could get a guide book and arrange things as you go. For just airfares, MENA Tours can be quite good.

Re: Trip to Mexico City and Pyramids near the place

by mrdom83

Hello:
My name is Martín. Im archaeologist from Mexico City. I can search for you more information about package and visists to the pyramids. Just write my an email to:
nietzche_tolkien@yahoo.com.mx

I recomend you to visit TEOTIHUACAN but If you want to visit non tourist archaeological sites y recomed you to go to Tlatelolco and Cuicuilco, two marvelous pyramids. The first was the scenary of the last battle between aztecs and spanish conquerors. The second is a circular pyramid covered by a volcanoe.

See you
Martín

Travel Tips for Mexico City

SEE EL ANGEL

...The picture...

by Lys-Noir

SEE EL ANGEL

...The picture shows it, there it is and in perfect condition and proud to still symbolize the great city :-)!

Brief facts on the monument:

* Architects: R. Mercado and E. Alciati
* Base is marble from Italy and angel is bronze covered with gold-leaves
* Symbol of Mexico's battle for independence from Spain
* Finished in 1910, the construction lasted 8 years
* Height: 36 meters (118 feet)
* Inside the monument: skulls of the heroes

I remember being very exited flying from Cancun to Mexico City knowing that it's the largest city in the World and located so high above sea level 2400 m (7872 feet). I was wondering if the air is breathable not only from air pollution but high altitude.
Will I got a headache, feel dizzy and how cold it's gonna be?

It's true that the flight over Mexico City's urban area lasted very long and I started to wonder when we ever find that landing spot among that densely habitated area!

We did land successfully and none of my apprehentions did realize not even that so feared Cozuma's Revenge (LOL).

Visit the National Palace...

by Ronald_T

Visit the National Palace (also on the Constitution Square), today the seat of the highest powers of the Mexican government. It was originally build as a residence for viceroys. This historical building, erected in 1523 became the official residence of the conqueror Hernan Cortez. Its fortress type construction in Toscan style architecture was in trusted to architects the architects Rodrigo de Pontesillos and Juan Rodriguez. The vice-regal apartments, the second for the royal high court, the third for me state exchequer and the four for the royal chapel. After destroyed partially in the 1692 riots, it was rebuild in 1693 date of the existing buildings first and second levels. The third level was set back in 1927 as anti-aesthetic. It was the home of Mexican kings, private property of the conqueror Cortez, seat of the colonial government, dwelling of viceroys and emperors, and finally came to the presidents of Mexico. The stonework in this palace is a mute witness of the Mexican history.

More info and pictures you find in the “National Palace travelogue ”.

El Quince Anos

by acemj

When a girl turns fifteen years old, her parents will often throw her a party called "el quince anos." VTer Laura_Mexico and I were walking by this small chapel in Coyoacan when we noticed this Quince Anos celebration taking place. The girl's family was all gathered around and dressed up for the event. Laura told me that the event marks the girl's entrance into womanhood and is great family celebration.

Leonora Carrington In Mexico (temporal exposition)

by anagrettel

If you'revisiting Mexico city before Octiber 31, 2008 this is something you should visit. There's a very interesting exposition of the artist work in one the most famous street of Mexico city. The Bronce Sculpures where made by Leonora Carrington Between 1994-2007, there's also an exposition of photos of the artist and her family and some iluminated panels with paintings.

Leonora Carrington is one of my favorite artists, one of the biggest Surrealist artist and the most important alive.

Indian souvenirs

by filipdebont

At the square next to the Cathedral Metropolitana, you see kind of an Indian market. So this is a place where you can buy all kind of Indian souvenirs. You can see the local Indians in traditional dresses making all kind of handicraft.

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