CDMX – Day Three

Last full day in Mexico City – I know you have done a lot of walking but you can do it! If I went back to CDMX I would skip going to this area but you have to do it the first time at least.

Stop 1: Mercado Merced (we had originally planned on going to Ricos Tacos Toluca as suggested on Bizarre Foods). Eat breakfast here, lots of great food around. I actually don’t have any pictures, I was so overwhelmed with all the stuff to see and things to buy. I scored two pairs of huaraches at least. It is such a huge maze, 3 football fields long and a total maze.

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Stop 2: Zocalo

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Stop 3: Azul Historico, stop here for a #treatyoself lunch. Find out more here: CDMX – Azul Historico.

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Stop 4: House of Tiles, I heard that you could go in here but we couldn’t figure out how to get in so this was a stop I wish I had done some more research.

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Stop 5: Palacio de Bellas Artes, it was gorgeous but the amount of tourists around turned me off. Would have also been cool if we could have gone inside and toured around.

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Stop 6: Alameda Central, huge plaza/park right next to Palacio de Bellas Artes. It was a good people watching spot.

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Stop 7: Museo Mural Rivera, we had planned on coming here in the first place but it was extra fun when it started storming and we had a place to hide. It also happened to be free that day so double yay.

Stop 8: Paseo Reforma, I don’t have a photo for this one either but it was unexciting. I read that on Sundays they shut the street down and allow people to walk the streets. Either we were in the wrong part, there at the wrong time, or I read wrong.

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Stop 9: Monumento a la Revolucion, I was so happy to have stumbled upon this sight. It was completely unplanned and I hadn’t read about it anywhere. The view from the top was incredible.

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Ximena.

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