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Alex was an excellent host. Very receptive and quick to answer any questions. Beautiful, interesting apartment in an excellent location. We had a great stay. The loft is in a great neighborhood with plenty of restaurant and close to public transportation. Monica is a great host. This is a very unique property to stay at while in Mexico City. The location is fantastic, close to many lovely restaurants, bars and cultural attractions. The patio off of the space is also an amazing draw with stunning views both day and night.

I would highly recommend staying here if you are in search of an unconventional space in the city that offers enough amenities to allow you to feel at home. Alex has great suggestions and is readily available to help. And took her time walking through the house answering all of my questions. The house has the key amenities. The terrace view is unmatched.

If you like greenery, this House has it. CDMX is a late-morning and late-night city, so it was nice to have coffee and just enjoy the terrace until the rest of the city was awake. Was definitely a highlight of my trip. This place is a gem! You'll find yourself never wanting to leave. Beautiful, clean, centrally located on a quiet street in Roma, and with very gracious hosts—I wouldn't stay anywhere else.

The patio is the best, especially for breakfast in the morning or for a last drink in the night or just to hang out during the day inbetween the lovely plants and some visiting birds. Colonia Roma Norte is a wonderful neighboorhood with lots of restaurants, very friendly and helpful people and some art selling garage shops at the weekends.

There are great parks nearby and massive shops to get all the things for the daily use. There even are 2 pharmacies just across the street and a recommended hospital opposite the studio. And although we were just in the middle of a really lively colonia, the studio with its patio was really quite. We had a lot of fun staying at Alex's apartment - such an interesting and unique design and the terrace is really spectacular - thoroughly enjoyed sunbathing and lounging outside as well as appreciating the views of the city - The kitchen was very well set-up to enjoy a bit of cooking at home and even indoors the space is so pleasantly light and airy - Alex was very friendly in helping arrange and sharing stories about the design of the space - would highly recommend for anyone looking to stay in a one-of-a-kind space.

We had a lovely stay at Alex's quirky roof top apartment. On our arrival we were very nicely greeted and introduced to both the well equipped apartment and it's lovely neighbourhood. There are numerous very good bars and eateries in its very close vicinity but our favourite was its roof top terrace.

We would recommend to anyone looking to stay in Mexico City. The tube is only a 2 minute walk which makes seeing the rest of the city easy. I don't even know where to start — everything about this place was just about perfect. Do not let the distance to most neighborhoods detract from staying at this gem. The photos don't even begin to do the property justice! From the outside, the building beautifully integrates itself into the surroundings while the interior mimics the property with intricate mosaic work, sinuous lines, and fixtures that are nods to the many motifs scattered throughout the grounds.

You will truly feel like you're in a dreamworld wandering around the main building, greenhouse, mineral museum, and garden. Patricia was an amazing host and was beyond accommodating for our group of 7. She welcomed us with some basics for the kitchen and offered a tour the day after check-in. When we weren't smiling at the joy that clearly went into dreaming up every aspect of the property, our mouths were agape, realizing the complexity, hard work, and wonder put into its design and execution.

Staying here was absolutely unforgettable. My husband and me had a fantastic stay at the apartment. We loved the little surprises in the kitchen like Donuts, fresh fruit and essentials like milk, ham, cheese and tortillas in the fridge. Little touches like this really make a big difference and put a final touch on probably the quirkiest and most amazing place to stay on AirBnb.

The hosts daughter Ana Pau was really lovely and made us felt welcome. She gave us a cool tour with all the time we needed to take pictures in the park and around the Nido. The park is full of things to explore, made with love and kept well. We were surprised by how big it was and how much there was to see.

The Nido is one of its kind and a must see for us. What an interesting piece of architecture We actually brought most of our food as we wanted to spend as much time as possible in the apartment. Can only recommend spending two nights or so there to experience the Nido! Patricia went well above and beyond in her hospitality and welcoming of myself and our group.

She is an incredibly gracious host that will ensure you have all that you need during your stay. She very kindly assisted us in locating a driver for certain excursions outside of the city center, and kindly stocked the home with snacks and treats.

When members of our group fell sick late in the evening she helped provide us with a local delivery service so we could get soup and medicine during off-business hours. Plan your itinerary with the consideration that the apartment location is outside of the city center, when there is no traffic it is an easy 30 minutes to downtown CDMX, with traffic your commute can reach one hour or more.

The wonderful exchange for this time commuting is the incredible property designed by Javier Senosian, a once in a lifetime opportunity to stay in this historical site. An absolutely stunning location - mind bending. Worth going to with some friends for a secluded taste of nature within bustling CDMX. We loved staying at this one of a kind house.

The grounds are amazing and our whole family fit comfortably. Patricia was a great host and was very accommodating. If you are looking to do a lot of sight seeing in the city, then this house is out of the way. But if you want peace and quiet, and a place to relax, then this house is perfect for that. I would recommend anyone to stay here.

It was such a treat to stay in such a unique place. Bring some mosquito repellant though, as you are in the woods. Great hospitality staying at Nido Quetzalcoatl! Patricia was super attentive and even stopped by to drop off coffee.

The apartment itself was exactly like shown in the pictures. Clean, spacious, and I can't even begin to describe the location. Nido Quetzalcoatl is in a forest, the surrounding is green and the building adds a beautiful pop of color.

I definitely recommend this place! Patricia communicates constantly to make sure you have everything you need and know where you're going. If we come back to Mexico, this is a top spot for us to visit! The architecture creates a symbiosis with the nature.

No video or picture s can really show how beautiful this place is. Patricia was very detail oriented and made our stay unforgettable We are even planning on coming back soon! We had an awesome time , we booked this super last minute since we didn't enjoy the location we had already checked in to.

Super friendly staff assisted with the check in and during the time we were there. Great location , it felt super safe. Nice restaurants near the loft with extensive choices. Comfortable bed , big reason to love his place: A great location for sightseeing and a fantastic quiet neighborhood. Convenient to the metro although we did not use it, close to a food market and many restaurants.

Jorge and his helper Jesus were very friendly and always ready to help. The apartment is very nice, well maintained and clean. Nando, the owner, is easily accessible.

We used Uber exclusively for our transportation needs including airport transfer. We would not hesitate to stay there again. First of all, Fernando is a great host.

Since the very beginning he is ready to do anything to make you feel comfortable in his loft; he responds immediately to any request. As a welcome to the guest, the fridge is full just to make you feel at home. The loft is exactly as described, very clean, located in the heart of Polanco.

I truly recommend it and definitely will return to this loft on my next visit to Mexico City. A warm word to Don Jorge too, the concierge of the building, always ready to help. I cannot say enough good things about this place and this host. You could not wish for a better Airbnb experience!

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While knowledge is necessary for many things, realities are everything if anything, diverse, she wrote this list based on her experience and her expectations. Though it is true, there are sooo many stigmas around our different cultures, many are in some level correct, now when we deny them, not only are we lying to ourselves, but we are not helping in the correction of these little annoying things that we DO do.

Nothing about this list was meant to be offensive, they were all just observations based off, as you rightly say, my experiences and expectations. Thank you for your comment! This is getting me so stoked for our trip next month! I love that there are just random hanging baby shoes on buses. I think they must be some kind of familial good luck charm, but who knows….

The drivers think babies are a sign of innocence just like angels and they hang their shoes to have good look. I would move to Mexico in a heartbeat, honestly.

I spent a few months traveling around the country and I absolutely love it. Thanks for sharing this very informative and honest post about life in Mexico!

I will be visiting in May so this is very helpful for me! I love how number 1 was about tampons, lol. Ah, yes, the controversy causing tampons issue. My boyfriend and I have been in Mexico nearly three weeks travelling around for a few months and I loved this post. We also could never find any blutac when we lived in China. This is a great list and I loved reading about all the little idiosyncracies of mexico, like all the women slather on the makeup in the subway.

But glad they had tampons. These are really good to know! The baby shoes on buses is kind of weird — I wonder why people do that? I was completely flummoxed by the baby shoes hanging from the bus, but just read the comments and seen the answer!!

Fun to read as a mexican. Its so true tho! As for the penchant for prescriptions — that happens on the daily in the US and it happened all the time when I lived in Korea too. Doctors are drug dealers in most countries these days jk, sort of. I have to pay my gas bill at the bank every single month. All the tips are very accurate except for the one of the toilette paper, it is more hygienic to flush the paper, in some places like restaurants are sign that tell you not to, but that is because the fear you may clog the toilette, theres no other reason, so flush it girl!

Thanks for your commment, but I never said it was more hygienic to throw it in the bin! I just said that Mexico has a very non-flushing policy when it comes to toilet paper. I loved your post! As a Mexican, it is always a pleasure to read or hear how others see us as a country. A couple of updates on your post: You can pay basically anything from your phone or computer safely.

Tampons are available as you say in most cities, whereas smaller towns do not because women still think they might get lost inside them!

Something else that proves true: As the exchange rate for Brits and Americans is ridiculous ranging above , most tourists pay times more than we do because they just pay for it as it seems cheaper than it does back home. We are always glad to receive people in our country that truly appreciate how great and beautiful it is, despite those who most frequently see us in horses, hats, barefoot and in pigtails.

Thanks for letting others know that we have showers and restaurants, tampons, pizza, hamburgers, doctors and actual houses! I have been asked if we do have these in Mexico, believe it or not! Thank you so much for your comment! Glad you agree about the tampon point, I seemed to get a lot of outrage about that from people!

All this said, I still love Mexico! I live in Mexico too, in San Miguel de Allende, and this post is spot on. Especially the last item. I never want to leave Mexico. What do you recommend I do there? Hi , I am wondering what it is like to rent places in Mexico. I have a family member possibly moving there the end if October who has never been south! I read somewhere thstbit us next to impossible to temt your own private apartment.

You often have to provide a ton of documentation plus several deposits. If the move is only temporary, it might actually be easier to rent an Airbnb long term. How long will they be in Mexico for? If I do end up having to go back I want to experience the best part of Mexico, not the worst.

I stay out of anything that might land me in trouble drugs and dodgy areas, mainly and I use my common sense! It sucks, I know. There are migrantes agencies to help you if you do wind up coming back.

Mostly in Mexico City, though. Charter flights directly into Mexico City, maybe? Your post is very entertaining and funny. It is understood that it is your perspective and as a Mexican who has lived abroad, I want to provide you with some additional information: You can find tampons in many commercial centers of large and medium-sized cities throughout the country.

Certainly in part, there are also officials who help and there are already procedures online. All banks in Mexico give you the option of electronic funds transfers so that you can transfer the payment to your tenant. You can also do it from your bank abroad. Bancomer has the best service because its policy is that you do not go to a branch and it has the best technology for the client. Currently, many buses are of the new generation and already in some cities such as Puebla and Leon, they use hydrogen as a fuel and there are no more shoes hanging on them.

This is decreasing because pharmacies are already asking for a prescription to sell antibiotics, it is not so easy. But Lauren you have green hair you look heemous and that draws attention where most brings it black. In part, we already talked about buses, oxxo and 7 eleven accept debit cards. And most people always use the speed belt. Some of the mail is increasingly efficient and the packages arrive in less time, the shipping cost is very cheap.

Here you can find stores of international brands including the niche cone Tesla motors and Tesla Home operating in Mexico. If you are interested in a service or product from the USA or Europe you can search online if it is available in Mexico. My boyfriend is Mexican, we are together for 2 years already but we live really far away from each other. So, I was thinking to move in with him. I have some questions for you. Did you know Spanish before moving to Mexico?

And what did you study? Is it possible to study in English? I did know Spanish before moving to Mexico, I never studied in Mexico though I worked , but it is possible to study there. Yes, SOME subjects it would be possible to study in English; do you mean to get a postgraduate degree?

I know of two women from our college who were raped in totally different cities in Mexico and going to the police sounded more violating that the crime itself! If you like to throw all caution to the wind and never think about personal safety, then by all means Mexico is the place for pre-adults who never consider reality! In fact, many places in the US are far more dangerous. Secondly, and sadly, women are raped all over the world, every day. This is not limited to Mexico.

In fact, it happens with impunity on a regular basis in the US too, and the police are also roundly useless when faced with rape allegations. This is not new, nor limited to Mexico. As for your final sentence, I have no words for such narrow minded thinking. You said far more places in the US are more dangerous?. Latest BBC report on the violence in Guerrero and Jalisco states , amongst others, advises over 30, killings in I have been all over the world and never been racially abused like I have in DF.

I have been told to f.. Never been to,d that anywhere else in the world and would not dream of saying that to someone in my own country. And those painted white piano keys across the road? If you are a backpacker or have nomadic tendencies, you will probably love the lack of rules, adherence to authority and general chaos. If you prefer first world order, law abidence, manners and organisation, just go for a holiday in Los Cabos!

I have to wonder, where were you visiting in Mexico? I did regularly hear fireworks and church bells ringing at all hours of the night.

There were fiestas going on in the center of town quite often. For the most part my experience with Mexicans is that they are very hospitable and respectful. Well, maybe Guatemalan or Panamanian. These things happen regardless of whether you feel you blend in. I just wanted to add that you can pay for your water and light bills online now by registering on the aguakan and cfe website, I live in Quinatana Roo, I am not sure if the water is only for her.

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For instance, the words tomato, chocolate, coyote , and avocado are Nahuatl in origin. Mesoamerican architecture in Mexico is best known for its public, ceremonial and urban monumental buildings and structures, several of which are the largest monuments in the world. Architect Frank Lloyd Wright is reputed to have declared the Puuc -style architecture of the Maya as the best in the Western Hemisphere. The New Spanish Baroque dominated in early colonial Mexico. During the late 17th century to , one of Mexico's most popular architectural styles was Mexican Churrigueresque , which combined Amerindian and Moorish decorative influences.

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