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Gay Heritage Walking Tour in Mexico City
"Your walking tour starts in an Aztec site to know about attitudes towards the human body in the Pre-Hispanic age. After this we arrive to a square where ""sodomites"" had to face inquisition in early times. Learn about this and also know how famous men and women managed to have relationships in different historical times. You'll also pass shops with colorful display of bizzare objects handicrafts and curious corners. Then you'll walk along lovely colonial mansions some of them with the memories of elegant men and women devoted to their lovers.Finally
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Gay Heritage Walking Tour in Mexico City
"Your walking tour starts in an Aztec site to know about attitudes towards the human body in the Pre-Hispanic age. After this we arrive to a square where ""sodomites"" had to face inquisition in early times. Learn about this and also know how famous men and women managed to have relationships in different historical times. You'll also pass shops with colorful display of bizzare objects handicrafts and curious corners. Then you'll walk along lovely colonial mansions some of them with the memories of elegant men and women devoted to their lovers.Finally
From $80.00
 
Mexico City Segway Tour: Downtown Zocalo
"Your segway adventure begins as you meet your guide and group in a central meeting point next to Av. Reforma (Krystal Hotel) Just behind Sonora Grill sign. You will put on your helmet and receive a 15-minute training session to learn how to use the segwa control the speeds stop go up and down sidewalks and make turns. Start the tour going to the Alameda Park while you listen to interesting fact about this area feeling the fresh atmosphere of this colorful park with water fountains and marble floors that connect to the Bellas Artes Theater. After 20 minutes enjoy great views of this place with the majestic ""Torre Latino"" a very emblematic symbol of Downtown
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Most Viewed Local Customs in Mexico

Local Customs

Tipping

I generally tip both the maid(on the bed) and the mini fridge server (normally in fridge so obvious for him) a couple of dollars each day, these are separate jobs (always been female for maids and...
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Local Customs

Tipping

the DAILY wage for hotel/lodging maids is roughly the equivalent of one HOUR of the minimum wage in the united states. for this reason and also because i have found the maids in every place i have...
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People / Language

In case you haven't noticed, I love the service I get in Tijuana restaurants. Of course the Servers love me too! I treat them respectfully, they treat me like a queen. I tip generously and they...
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Drinking

To have the perfect shot of tequila, you start with ice-cold tequila, kosher salt, and fresh Mexican limes; then you lick your hand and sprinkle the salt, lick the salt onto the tip of your tongue,...
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Native Animals

We've seen the large band of coatis on both of our trips to Riu Tequila, in 2009 they were hanging out near the pool and near some of the rooms near the pool waiting for someone to take pity on them...
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Cultural

I enjoyed taking the time to talk to the vendors on the beach... Some may think it is a chore but I liked that aspect of my trip. I tried to get to know as many of them by name as I could.. They loved...
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Christmas decorations

Since we were in Cozumel in early December, I saw a lot of Christmas decorations at the mall in Puerta Maya. I saw a large Nativity Scene at the center of the mall. This is part of the Mexican...
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Dia de los Muertos

On November 1st Mexico celebrates Dia de los Muertes, during which people go tochurchyards to visit their deceased loved ones. They do this quite exstensively, making it into a family outing almost....
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La Michoacana

Where do the kids go right after school? Home? Naw....they go to to the "Popsicle Shop," only a half block from the mission and city hall. La Michoacana carries many different fruit flavored...
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Money Sign

I'm not sure if all the resort towns do this, but I know that Cabo San Lucas, has all prices listed in USD. Well, the dollar sign and the peso sign look almost identical. The only difference is, that...
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Local People

In this part of the country, more than I've seen anywhere else in the word, the locals have a wickedly brilliant sense of humour. I discovered this when a hotel worker asked where I was going and I...
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Local Customs

Local People

many mexicans are descended from the spanish who landed in mexico several hundred years ago. however, when the spanish landed, the people they found were indigenous tribes that had been living in...
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Border Culture

Cuban cigars are prohibited in the USA . So, they can be found in Tijuana. La Casa Del Tabaco changed its name to La Casa Del Habano in an effort to alert visitors that they offer genuine Cuban...
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Tipping/Financial

Tipping... At restaurants, 10 to 15% is standard, but check to ensure a tip has not been included in your bill. Be sure to differentiate between the 15% tax and a tip. Bellmen usually receive about...
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Popular Cities in Mexico

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Cancún

Estado de Quintana Roo
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Puerto Vallarta

Estado de Jalisco
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Tijuana

Estado de Baja California Norte
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Cabo San Lucas

Estado de Baja California Sur
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Playa del Carmen

Estado de Quintana Roo
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Mexico City

Distrito Federal
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Top Hotels in Mexico

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Campos Eliseos 204, Col. Polanco, Mexico City, 11560, Mexico
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Blvd Kukulcan Km 11.5 HZ, Cancun, Yucatan Peninsula, 77500, Mexico
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Blvd Nuevo Vallarta y Paseo Cocoteros s/n, Nuevo Vallarta, Riviera Nayarit, 63573, Mexico
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Ctra. Federal Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, 77710, Mexico
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Camino Del Mar 1, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, 23455, Mexico
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325 South 5th Avenue, Quintana Roo, 77600, Mexico
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Top Things to Do in Mexico

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Xcaret

About one hour by bus from the hotels area, Xcaret is something not to be missed. Only with a little help from men, a place with natural beauty and signs of history became a park where children and...
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Malecon

during the days or in the evenings, you will always find something to see or do if you take a leisurely stroll on the "malecon," which is a wide pedestrian promenade/walkway that runs alongside the...
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Avenida Revolucion

avenida revolicion is central tijuanas main street , it is roughly 15 blocks long and is the street most frequented by tourists in the city although it had many more tourists before the drug violence...
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The Arch

This natural arch is Cabo's most famous landmark. It's only accesible by boat so you can either take a sightseeing or whale watching tour or rent a kayak and paddle out here. Right by the arch is a...
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Beaches

The beach was horrible! I thought Playa del Carmen beach was one of the prettiest beach in Mexico, FALSE! When we got there, it was extremely dirty and smelly (I mean so smelly that it smells like a...
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Zocalo

The Zocalo (also known as Plaza de la Constitucion) is the main square in the historic centre of Mexico City - also the largest city square in Latin America. The main architectural treasures of the...
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"Mexican medley"
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"LA MAGIA DE MEXICO"
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"Mexico for cultural explorers"
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"A week in Banderas Bay"
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