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Mexico City — “food”

William Keller at Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Zócalo, Mexico City, MexicoZócaloMexico City, MexicoMexico City's Zócalo is positively bursting with historical landmarks. It is also the site of many events and celebrations-- it's not uncommon to...Zócalo, Mexico City, MexicoZócaloMexico City, MexicoDay of the Dead (Día de Muertos) is a national holiday all over Mexico. It is a day for remembering friends and family members who have died, with...PF Changs China Bistro, Mexico City, MexicoPF Changs China BistroMexico City, MexicoChocolate wall..Mexico City, MexicoMexico CityMexicoBeautiful place with an amazing spanish restaurant inside.Bell tower of the Metropolitan Cathedral, Mexico City, MexicoBell tower of the Metropolitan CathedralMexico City, MexicoThe Cathedral of Mexico, seen from the restaurant La Casa de las SirenasMexico City, MexicoMexico CityMexicoRestaurant the house of the sirens, is located in the center of Mexico City, behind the Cathedral, is Mexican food, highly recommended.Mexico City, MexicoMexico CityMexicoThe Tacos al Pastor are a Mexico City classic. It doesn't matter if you're in a fancy restaurant or a street food truck, they're the most delicious...Mexico City, MexicoMexico CityMexicoExploring Mexico is like a view through a kaleidoscope of colors; in its food, buildings, people, and even in its music. Never a dull moment,...Gran Hotel Ciudad de México, Mexico City, MexicoGran Hotel Ciudad de MéxicoMexico City, MexicoBeautiful stained glass at this grand hotel right off the Zocalo. The top floor has a bar and restaurant with views of the square.Gran Hotel Ciudad de México, Mexico City, MexicoGran Hotel Ciudad de MéxicoMexico City, MexicoBeautiful hotel with a great restaurant.Gran Hotel Ciudad de México, Mexico City, MexicoGran Hotel Ciudad de MéxicoMexico City, MexicoBeautiful hotel with a great restaurant.MESONES, Mexico City, MexicoMESONESMexico City, MexicoI created the Holy list to show the diversity of altars, thought it could be interesting. Mexico is a mainly Catholic country, and the majority is...Hostería La Bota, Mexico City, MexicoHostería La BotaMexico City, MexicoEclectic place. Delicious food and drink. Mixture of Mexican and Spanish flavors. #lifeatexpedia #weloveourmarkets #latam #mexicocity #downtownRestaurante Bar La Opera, Mexico City, MexicoRestaurante Bar La OperaMexico City, MexicoBar La Opera, a historic cantina that has been open since 1895. Revolutionary hero Pancho Villa was a regular customer, and you can still see the...Casa de los Azulejos, Mexico City, MexicoCasa de los AzulejosMexico City, MexicoCasa de los Condes del valle de OrizabaCasa de los Azulejos, Mexico City, MexicoCasa de los AzulejosMexico City, MexicoThe Casa de los Azulejos or "House of Tiles" is an 18th-century palace in Mexico City, built by the Count del Valle de Orizaba family. What makes...Mirador Torre Latino, Mexico City, MexicoMirador Torre LatinoMexico City, MexicoView of the city from the bar at Torre Latinamericano. The windows are not 100% clean but you can avoid the line for the observation deck (only one...El Moro, Mexico City, MexicoEl MoroMexico City, MexicoOh. My. Gosh. The best, most nutritious lunch ever at the oldest churreria in Mexico City - El Moro #foodiefinds #mexicocityEl Moro, Mexico City, MexicoEl MoroMexico City, MexicoLine up with the locals for the best churros in Mexico City at the original El Moro. Churros with chocolate, cajeta or sweetened condensed milk to...Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City, MexicoPalacio de Bellas ArtesMexico City, MexicoPicture taken from the terrace cafe on the 8th floor of the Sears building while drinking an horchata.
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