Entering Colorines is just like going into a child's room. Materials over there, books over here, stamps and didactic ... More
Entering Colorines is just like going into a child's room. Materials over there, books over here, stamps and didactic games all over the place. All is within reach, ready to be read or played with. Its designed on different levels and the arrangement of the bookshelves is fun, evoking a labyrinth or maze. Spanish or bilingual books, audio stories, children's music cds, horror tomes, inflatable and "huggable" books (to go to sleep with)... it's possible to find something for every child here.
The Central de Abastos in Mexico City, one of the largest wholesale markets in the world, is made up of
a series of stalls providing fruit and vegetables to the city and some of the adjoining states. The market ...
The Zona Rosa, often compared to the Champs Elysees of Paris, is a must visit for avid shoppers or even
casual browsers with the greatest concentration of boutiques in Mexico City. This shopping center is no exception, with its ...
The Holiday Inn Universidad City is located in the Southern area of Mexico City. The hotel is 11 miles from
the Benito Juarez International Airport and three miles from World Trade Center.The hotel amenities include elevators, handicap facilities, business ...