One Ciudad de Mexico Patriotismo

Av. Patriotismo 229, Col. San Pedro de los Pinos, Mexico City, 03800, Mexico
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Another Mural at Antigou colegio de San Ildefonso.Another Mural at Antigou colegio de San Ildefonso.

Me with Alex Lora from Mexican band "El Tri"Me with Alex Lora from Mexican band "El Tri"

Things You'll See on the Turibus #4Things You'll See on the Turibus #4

Rivera's murals at Alameda MuseumRivera's murals at Alameda Museum

Forum Posts

Directions

by yvr

I will be staying at Hotel One Ciudad de Mexico Patriotismo, located at Avenida Patriotismo 229. I will take the Metro line 9 to the subway stop Patriotismo, can someone inform me as to the distance from this subway stop to the hotel, is it walkable?

Re: Directions

by 75Antonio

Hi,
it will take you about 20 min walking from that subway station on Patriotismo avenue.If you get off at San Pedro de los Pinos station on line 7 it will take you about 10 min.The subway system is easy to use...

Re: Directions

by yvr

Thanks for your reply, will take your suggestion and take line 7.

Re: Directions

by yvr

Antonio, I assume after looking at the metro map again, I will be coming from the airport, you are suggesting taking line 9 to line 7 and then going one stop. Is this correct?

Re: Directions

by 75Antonio

That is right Phil, but remeber that the subway station at the airport is beside the terminal 1 , if you arrive at terminal 2 you will have to take the inter terminals train...good luck

Re: Directions

by yvr

Yes, thanks for that information also.

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Palacio Nacionál

by seagoingJLW

Here I am in the same place but with the Palacio Nacionál in the background.

The Zócalo is the main public plaza of Mexico DF. During the 16th and 17th centuries the Spaniards ereted their main institutions around the plaza, which is built on the site of Tenochtitlán.

Eating customs

by Mexgirl

For almost every kind of food, mexicans have a special way (even skill) to eat them.

There have been even jokes about the angle that your arm should have while eating your Taco without dropping the salsa inside.

People even fold tortillas in a special way with one finger while holding it with the other hand, others take a small piece of the tortilla and use it as a small spoon, etc.

When it is about Merienda (dinner at night) we use to eat Pan Dulce (Sweet breads) with hot chocolate, coffee with milk or even Atole.
And a Golden rule here is to "Chopear el Pan" (introduce a corner of the bread in the milk, chocolate, etc.)

Small Daypack/Travel Tote

by Aptypo

A small nylon daypack is great for carrying your sweater, camera, literature, and picnic goodies while you leave your large bag at the hotel. FANNY PACK (small bag with thief-friendly zipper on a belt) are a popular alternative but should not be used as money belts.

Museo del Zapato (Shoe Museum)

by Laura_Mexico

I think that "museum" might be a name a bit too elegant and exaggerated for this place..... This is rather a big room with several showcases filled with shoes from different countries, times and characters which you can view pretty quickly. The collection of shoes displayed here is interesting but rather incomplete. You can see old shows from different countries (China, Finland, Australia, USA, Mexico of course, Switzerland, etc.), sport shoes that belonged to athletes - especially soccer players but there are also a few from US basketball players, pretty impressive, and from other Mexican athletes: cyclists, runners, etc. - and also shoes that belonged to people from the show business in Mexico. It's just an unusual thing to see and it may be interesting for a spare 30 minutes that you have during your tour through downtown.

Free admission, open from 10 AM to 6 PM except at lunch time.

Located on Bolivar street, between 16 de Septiembre and Fco. Madero streets. There is a shoe store called "El Borcegui" - which owns or sponsors the museum - on the ground floor; the museum is located on the 1st floor of that same building. You have to climb a flight of stairs and they will open the door for you, so don't be discouraged if you see the door closed -- except if you arrive out of the opening times of course.

After the mariachi plaza

by melosh about La Tenampa

After enjoying the Mariachi Plaza for awhile you may want to go to one of the places around the plaza to eat, drink and enjoy mariachis who tend to be better than those working the plaza. Many have a show and you will certainly be passed fliers in the plaza advertising the performers, but my favorite place is La Tenampas.
Tenampas is historic and the three times I have gone it has always been special. They do not have a "show" in the main salon. Just 2 or 3 mariachi groups playing for cash simultaneously. Once I was there the whole place was singing 2 or 3 songs simultaneously except for us because we did not know the words. Another time an old rancher came in with his buddies, sat at the table next to us and then paid for alot of songs so he could sing them. His voice was kind of burnt out but his heart was strong. At the end of the evening they invited my wife and I to go out to their ranch to ride horses, but we had to refuse because they could barely walk, let alone drive. So much for my being a man of macho courage. Casual

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Address: Av. Patriotismo 229, Col. San Pedro de los Pinos, Mexico City, 03800, Mexico