La Casita del Patio Verde

Callejon de la Escondida # 41, Col. Coyoacan, Mexico City, 04000, Mexico
La Casita del Patio Verde
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Forum Posts

Need a Mexcio City Guide!

by TrevorToronto

Seeking the services of a local guide to take my 12 year old son and I around this fascinating city (and area) to show us more than just the usual tourist haunts. Of course I will pay well for your time and cover all expenses such as taxis,lunches/dinners/shows etc. We enjoy history, architecture, interesting restaurants (pricey and otherwise) and out of the ordinary experiences. We will be staying March 17th through 24th at either the Four Seasons or Marriot hotel. You must speak fluent Spanish and LOVE this city! If you can recommend anyone please do pass this request on. Many thanks! Reply via email to trevortoronto (at) yahoo.com thanks!
-trevor

Re: Need a Mexcio City Guide!

by YVRDave

From what I remember the Four Seasons was not a great tourist area. Have a look at the Camino Real

Re: Need a Mexcio City Guide!

by 75Antonio

hi!
four seasons is a good hotel and has a good location on one of the most important avenues in the city you will be also close to many tourist attractiosn such as the antropology museum and the chapultepec zoo and not far away fron the Zocalo area.
i'm a tourist guide and i f you are interested you could send me a mail

Re: Need a Mexcio City Guide!

by viajera

Four Seasons has a better ubication than MArriot , Marriot is Ok for bussines aerea. in march you should consider it is holy week and it is the best time to visit the city ,because many people is on holiday so there is no much traffic.

i am sending you a mail with more info.

Re: Need a Mexcio City Guide!

by TrevorToronto

yeah, i should start booking something now so i am not disappointed. thanks for the feedback people. its much appreciated!

Re: Need a Mexcio City Guide!

by kcdecker

Hello, If you are still in need of a Mexico City Guide please email me and I can give you info of a Native Fluent in Spanish and English. Email: kevin_decker@att.net
Thank you.

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Zocalo

by cobrioc

Zocalo is the largest scuare in the Western Hemisphere. The square was once part of Tenochtitlan, the political and religious hub of the Aztec Empire.
Over the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries the Spaniards built exquisite mansion and public structures from the stones of the stones of the Aztec temples that they had destroyed.
Today, Zocalo is the heart of Mexico City with shops, cantinas, street vendors, and some surviving historic structures.

Mexican girls greet with a...

by gdaniels99

Mexican girls greet with a kiss on each cheek. It took me a few times to get used to this without naturally pulling back when they entered my personal space so abruptly. (Especially when it happens with total strangers you are meeting for the first time.) So if you meet a girl and she leans towards your face, she's just going to press her cheek against your cheek. So relax and enjoy this nice aspect of Mexican culture. :o)

Suitcase

by Aptypo

Remember to pack light and take only what you can easily carry. Pack only travel size items. Conversely, travelers with special needs or parents traveling with children may wish to add more essential items to the list. Sometimes we forget the most obvious things.

This is a list of general equipment handy in different situations. Luggage must be easy to move, think about size (choose the size that fits your needs) and amount of your stuff. You can choose many different styles of luggage as fine leather or metalic items or a simple backpack.

SUITCASE
For trips of a more businesslike character, or if you really hate to see all your clothes wrinkled up, it might be worthwhile to bring all clothes in a LARGE SUITCASE. Some people dislike travellers with backpacks. A suitcase could make such people treat you better.

Isla de las munecas

by chris_i79

When you are floating around Xochmilco and the canals, keep your eye out for the isla de las munecas (island of the dolls). It is a very bizzare place. I saw an episode of Lonely Planet (or Pilot Guides) on TV and they were in the same place. Very very weird and a little creepy.

Beautiful People

by oceanx5 about China Grill/Moon Bar

China Grill/Moon Bar are a restaurant and bar within the Hotel Camino Real. This is where the truly beautiful people of Mexico City seem to hang out and look down on each other...kidding...I'm a bit sarcastic.. China Grill is a restaurant which serves some type of Euro meets Asian fusion cuisine...not bad but the flavors are quite strong. The place is very artsy modern looking and blends well with the well dressed uppers of Mexico City. The Moon Bar is an outdoors bar outside of China Grill with curtained covered beds, sofas for lounging, soft-colored lights. On a warm night, this place feels like a dream and unreal how nice the place looks and feels. Camino knows they've got a winner and thus requires RSVP 1-week in advance to be allowed in (unless you're staying at the hotel...I think.. or can pull some strings). The folks here are well dressed and very fashionable... There's no fashion cop at the front so not sure if there's a dress code policy... Saw a guy in sweats in the China Grill bar but he was some actor from Hollywood, and I guess he can wear whatever he wants (not talking about D. Wash. who we also saw that night).

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