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ecb
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re: Mexico City Recommendations
Probably safer than Houston


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TommyCheeseballs
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re: Mexico City Recommendations
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Palacio de Bellas Artes, is stunning


Yes and also check out the post office which is nearby.
Palacio Postal


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Slingin Pickle
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re: Mexico City Recommendations
Poor dale in his basement clutching his pearls


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ned nederlander
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re: Mexico City Recommendations
I felt very safe walking around at night. We did stay primarily in condesa, Roma and reforma neighborhoods which I believe are among the safest


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LSU_PETE_2012
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Dallas
Member since Jan 2013
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re: Mexico City Recommendations
If you can get into any sort of event at Estadio Azteca, it's cool and worth seeing. Id go back for pastor tacos and just try them anywhere i found them.. Also, enjoyed these restaurants:

El Tizoncito
Lalo!
El Moro

And I'd also agree with the first two suggestions. Teotihuacan was a great sight. Id suggest getting there early before it gets too crowded if you can make it.


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gringeaux
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re: Mexico City Recommendations
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National Museum of Anthropology
Teotihuacan


Both great choices, I would also try to go to Chapultepec if you have time.


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