Hotel Park Villa

Gomez Pedraza 68, Mexico City, 11870, Mexico
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MACO and Mexico City tourist offices

by jerry786

I am planning to go to the contemporary art show in D.F. i the end of April. It is being held in Residential Palmas Park - Lomas del Chapultepec.I believe the address is 515 Av. Palmas. How can I get there from the Zona Rosa by bus, mini bus or and metro?

Is there a Mexico City goverment tourist office? The office at the corner of Ambres and something has been closed for several years. I once was directed to an office in Polaco, but that was difficult to visit. thanks

Re: MACO and Mexico City tourist offices

by gomexico

I looked at the show's website and see a different location than you're indicating; have a look at this website:

http://www.femaco.com/femaco.html

You can get to whichever location the show is being held easist when using a taxi. Taxi fare will run you between the peso-equivalent of US$5-10, depending upon whether you use a secure or random taxi. You can also get to the facility(ies) by public bus, and if you want to do that it's probably best if you ask someone at your hotel how to accomplish that. The taxi is what I recommend.

Re: MACO and Mexico City tourist offices

by zapfilms

I think the art show is at the Centro Banamex... your hotel in Zona Rosa can direct you to buses or just take a cab, its probably at most $5 USD. You will see tourist info booths thruout the city, and Centro Banamex is a huge convention center, they have info there.

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Monumental city

by acemj

Mexico City is one of the largest cities in the world (I've seen it anywhere from 3rd to 12th on lists of the world's largest cities) and it has plenty of monumental architecture to fill up its streets. From Latin America's largest cathedral to the largest bullring in the world, there's plenty to see and do here. At the same time, it's a little dirty, it's very crowded and at rush hour, the traffic can be infuriating. Throw in a reputation for crime and smog that hovers overhead and you may be ready to head to Acapulco before you know it! Having grown up in Hong Kong as a kid, I love the excitement of big cities. Sure, after awhile the crowds and all the other hassles can get old, but on this 4 day trip, I couldn't get enough. I never had any problem with crime, nor did I ever feel threatened. Even the pollution seemed a little overhyped to me and it really didn't seem any worse than Los Angeles when I lived near there in the early 1990s.

Appearance

by philomenac

Carry a rucksack. Everyone else does. Wear long trousers and closed in shoes. For some unknown (to me at least) reason, every time I wore sandals/flip flops, everyone (both male and female) openly stared at my toes! Whats up with that?!

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by yeah_baby

The climate in Tulum is beautiful now, the sea is magnificent. Lots of sun here so 100 speed is fine. WHEN TO VISIT/WEATHER: The high season in the Yucatan occurs in the dry winter months from December through April. The peak seasons in Tulum are Christmas and Spring Break. The weather is a comfortable year-round average of 80 degrees F.

The untold story...

by morgane1692

...of what REALLY happened to those Mayans and Aztecs so many centuries ago. When you visit the pyramids and other excavations, you end up with more questions than really solid answers. But take a look at this mock-up of the ancient Mexico City when it was surrounded by a giant lake, will you? Turns out it was invaded by giiiiant pigeons. Did your teachers and guidebooks ever mention this? I doubt it.

Astral Freaks

by AnnaLupilla about Label

This shop in Condesa area is little but great! They offer a whole lot of great stuff, over all the accessoires are great. I just came come with a pair of great leg warmers, such you just pull over your trousers and they look like the top of real fur boots. Come here to get urban lifestyle articles from a Mexican label. Anything you want to

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