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Edited by: veit on 21.12.2003 veit on 26.08.2003
Last postings about Mixcoac Distrito Federal Mexico from other users
 
treque wrote:

mexico city its so exciting, you have to see everything!!


ovado wrote:

México es la ciudad más grande del mundo


julienp wrote:

Aqui en Mexico DF hay muchas cosas que ver, unos dias aqui esta bien pero luego les aconsejo huir la ciudad para visitar todos los lugares bien padres de Mexico.


cresendiz wrote:

Huge City, so many things to do and go. Here In my "little" city you can find anything: we have anykind of museums, art halls, hotels, restaurants and don´t forget the Teotihuacan pyramids (40km aprox away from the city), bars and so on ( you know, tourist places). If you come here I advise you to buy a city and subway map (you can buy it in any station). First you can go to the downtown ( takes a whole day), where you can visit the Tenochtitlan Pramids, the main Cathedral and see very "old buildings" like the Old Goverment Palace (Zocalo). Very close to this place is the Bellas Artes Palace, where usually there are classic music concerts, paintings and that kind of stuff; it´s two centuries of histoty. You can visit Xochimilco(to date from Aztec Culture, in the south part of the city, take a jacket if you are going in hours close to evening, because it´s cold and don´t forget the mosquito repelet :)) Wow.. I have inmy mind many places to go that I got tired. It doesn´t matter if you don´t stay in my place, if you are around here, just call me, I will be pleased to help you ( 0445554198377 dialing in Mexico City )it´s my cel phone.



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