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Once you step into Coyoacán (“Land of the Coyotes”) you'll find picturesque parks and cantinas that will transport you back to the colonial era thanks to the brick and stone details of the area. Iconic writers such as Trotsky and great painters like Frida Kahlo seeked refuge and inspiration in this area, and you can see the unique spirit of this neighborhood reflected in its colorful market where nieves, sopes and all kinds of traditional 'antojitos' are a must try. Restaurants and cafés throughout its peaceful paved streets contain traditional but unique murals and decorations, where one can enjoy a mezcal at noon or the best churros with a cup of coffee.
Great place, casa Azul is beautiful with many works of art and it provides a great education on this era of cultural renaissance in mexico. Make sure to buy tics in advance as it’s very busy. Also, the area is great with a quaint square a couple blocks walk with great places to eat.
The stadium was easy to find but where the tour starts not so much. People are friendly though so we managed to get inside right before a tour started. Our guide spoke great English and took the time to tell us what he told the rest of the group (all Spanish) it's a beautiful stadium. A must if you love...
I slipped into this urban garden thinking that I could use it as a shortcut to the village. While I was wrong, I was not unhappy to be there because it's a beautiful and peaceful escape from a huge and sometimes overwhelming city. It even has exercise stations!
Well , I’m gonna be quick on this review.
This place is terrible !!
The only good thing is probably the wine, although we ordered some Malbec from the menu and they didn’t have any !!
An Argentinian restaurant with no Malbec says a lot about this place . But anyway, we order some meat...as you do in an Argentinian,...
Delicious stuffed gorditas (kinda like quesadillas). They have several filling options, if don’t know or understand what an ingredient is just ask the ladies that work in there, they are very kind and concerned about serving their clients well. The place is one of the most visited by locals, so the waiting time can be a little long, but it...
Mark immediately welcomed us into his kitchen. The first thing you see is the living wall of lettuce and the wonderful display of fresh baked breads and pastries. The food was delicious, fresh and home made with love. Mark and his staff have every reason to be proud of the wonderful little Oasis they have created.
I stayed there for 7 nights and I left it because someone opens my bag and roped some money from it.
They didn't act officially at all - nobody speaks English well.
I spent three hours in the lobby trying to solve it and to understand whats going on finally, they shifted me to another hotel related to the same...
"La calefaccion no funciono pero el hotel es bueno"
reviewed 2 December 2017 by monicamE6507WA
The hotel and location are excellent, however the heating was not working and even though they try to fix it they could not and the 3 days that we stayed there the heating never worked. The water in the sink was not hot either but the shower was fine. Overall is a good hotel, with good service and amazing breakfast.
I stayed here for one night. It was very comfortable and clean. The bed was big. The staff did not speak English at all, but if you know some Spanish, it will be fine. It is close to the blue line Tasquena metro station.
La Casa del Tekolote is a B&B-style hotel. The reception is at the Restaurant under the same name, and the rooms are ~5 min walking away, at what I guess is a private house. I was told that my room was the largest, it was on the first floor and was probably a part of a private apartment before. The...