• Mexico City

    Travel: 5 Days in Mexico City

    5 days in Mexico City – from food to sights, and even Lucha Libre, Mexico City is one amazing place to visit. Check out some of the specific blog posts below and check out some of our favourite memories. Okay, let’s take a peek at some photos! We visited Mexico City from October 27 to November 4, yet the first 4 days we spent watching the Mexico City Grand Prix, so we didn’t get to see the city until Monday, October 31. The fascinating thing…

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    Travel: Mexico City Eats

    Mexico City eats – where to eat in one of the best cities in the world?! From breakfast to dinner, and even a few lunch spots, this post has you covered. Okay, let’s check out some restaurants and some food photos. Mexico City Eats First up, know that I’m gluten free and all of the places below had delicious and safe food! I didn’t get sick once and feel very confident when ordering. Breakfast When we travel breakfast is a much bigger deal – we…

  • Mexico City Dinner Eats

    Travel: Mexico City Dinner Eats

    Mexico City dinner eats! We ate at some of the worlds top restaurants and below I’ll share some food photos, the names of the restaurants, and a few details of our delicious experiences. Okay, let’s check out some CDMC eats! Mexico City Dinner Eats We ate at 6 fantastic restaurants and they’re listed below in order with our favourite at the top. Don’t get me wrong, they were all great and worth visiting – we’d go back to each place, without a doubt! Quintonil Okay,…

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    Travel: Quintonil

    Quintonil is one of the worlds best restaurants. In fact, according to The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, Quintonil is number 9. Jorge Vallejo on the pass is exceptional, a one of a kind chef and well worth the visit. Okay, I won’t talk a lot in this post, but rather let the photos speak for themselves. A few more words and then into the experience! Quintonil First, we ate at the kitchen bar and had the tasting menu – the full 3.5 hour sitting. It…

  • Museo Soumaya

    Travel: Muse Soumaya

    Museo Soumaya is a must see in Mexico City. This place is huge, free, and one museum you won’t want to miss. We spent about 2 hours here and I could have easily spent about 3-4, yet I’d need a lot of snacks. If you’ve never heard of the Museo Soumaya I’m sure you’ve seen the building, right? Those hexagons are iconic! The building is huge and there are 7 levels, including the entrance – it’s a deceptive building. Okay, let’s check out some photos!…

  • Mexico City Art

    Travel: Museo de Arte Moderno

    Museo de Arte Moderno – the Mexico City Museum of Modern Art! It’s worth the visit, from outdoor sculptures to colourful paintings, this place is awakening! We spent a couple hours in the morning checking out the pieces and enjoyed the cool walk around the grounds. Check it out if you have time. Museo de Arte Moderno There is a cost to enter – roughly 5$ Canadian, and well worth it. Oh, and the museum is free on Sundays! We couldn’t visit on the Sunday…

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    Travel: Museo Jumex

    Museo Jumex is a free (yes, free!) museum in Mexico City. It’s beautiful, full of open spaces, and worth visiting if you’re a lover of lines, art, and architecture. We spent about 60 minutes in the museum, the exhibits are huge and my favourite part was the outdoor balconies. Okay, let’s check out some photos! First, I want to share this staircase. There are elevators, and do suggest you take one, they’re massive. I think they only have one set of elevators and they use…