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We stayed at the Four Seasons and St
Regis for 5 days each. Lovely hotels in lovely location. Paseo de la Reforma is another world from the surrounding areas of this city of some 21 million inhabitants.
No cars on sunday mornings! Rent a bike and really enjoy the long tree lined avenue. Typical buildings and shops along the wide street, congested with traffic on weekdays. Real mix of modern and some colonial architecture. Fountains at most intersections, are very beautiful. Tree...More
This has so much history behind it. It was neat to hear and learn about the city from the guide Ivan through Amigo Tours. This street was long laced with statues and jam packed with history. It leads to the castle.
Is named as the most beautiful avenue of Mexico, and it really is gorgeous. I recommend a walk inbetween the diana and the palma circle. Learn how to walk in this avenue. Do not stop for any people call, just keep a good walk rhythm...More
Fine restaurants, fast food and cafes as well as spectacular architecture. CDMX must be the most affordaible major city in the world---I got a room in a beauutiful high rise hotel with rooftop pools right on Reforma for about $66/nt. I'm sure anything comparable in...More