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Vast Mexico City is a metropolis of epic proportions, a densely populated valley of broad, shady boulevards, vast and crowded markets, skyscraper-studded business districts, and quiet Spanish Colonial neighborhoods. Though this maze can seem ... 

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Central Mexico City

February 2014

Our tour group with guide Toni

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Mexico City Sightseeing Tour

Coycoacan

May 2013

Church in the Coycoacan neighborhood of Mexico City.

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Xochimilco and National University of Mexico

The Library

May 2013

The library on the campus of the University of Mexico in Mexico City.

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Xochimilco and National University of Mexico

The Ring

May 2013

Bull fighting ring in Mexico City.

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Xochimilco and National University of Mexico

Have another drink-just make sure you buy something

November 2012

Everywhere you go in Mexico City the people are very warm and friendly. Also, to warm you up for the sale they offer beer, tequila and of course tacos. They are very funny and have wonderful hearts. They are very giving. We often saw our guide, buying little things from the needy on the street.

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Teotihuacan Pyramids and Shrine of Guadalupe

Mexico City Built over a lake

November 2012

3 feet below your feet is water. Wonder why all of the churches and buildings lean? They often rebuild or add on here as the buildings sink, a lot like Venice in Italy.

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Mexico City Sightseeing Tour

Native Dancers-Zocalo-Think Venice Beach in Mexico City

November 2012

Zocalo is the Venice Beach of Mexico. Lots of acts and shows going on for you to see. Plenty of street vendors for you to buy things from. Lots and lots of folks mingling around the very large square.

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Mexico City Sightseeing Tour

The beginning of the tour in the heart of Mexico City

November 2012

Mexico City was built on and now over a lake. The Aztecs saw a sign of the Eagle eating the Snake and built their temples and city around 1315 AD. Then in 1521 AD Hernan Cortez and Spain conquered Mexico City and tore down the Pyramids and built Roman Catholic Churches. Any who did not join died.

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Teotihuacan Pyramids and Shrine of Guadalupe

Mariachi Band at Lunch

November 2012

Cliche-yes it is everywhere in Mexico City where a tourist attraction is.

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Teotihuacan Pyramids and Shrine of Guadalupe

The Square outside the Shrine

November 2012

Lots of folks in Mexico City, around 12 million in the city center and around 22 million in the surrounding area. With any of these tours be patient and don't expect to get anywhere very fast. Life and pace is always moving but not as efficiently as you might want it.

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Teotihuacan Pyramids and Shrine of Guadalupe

The Bull Ring Of Mexico City

November 2012

Empty on Saturday but the stands will be packed with 50,000 fans on Sunday to watch the Bull Fights.

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Xochimilco and National University of Mexico

Cathedral Altar

September 2012

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Altar inside the main Cathedral in Mexico City.

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Mexico City Sightseeing Tour

Mexico City Cathedral

September 2012

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View of the Mexico City Cathedral in Zocalo (main square).

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Mexico City Sightseeing Tour

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