Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Romantic CityWalk in Mexico City

As we all know, anything original and cheap is always great! We suggest something as cheap as you like, cultural and fun:

Start at ForoCafé with Fantasía subterránea para mujer y violín. Inspiring yet not tacky, this play will make you wonder if you’re really enjoying life. Perfect for friends and couples, its director will welcome you personally. Visit MUCA-Roma, currently showing exhibits about the area and a dark room where you’ll enjoy introspective and lonely moments. Chill at the quiet and hidden terrace: a deer/plant lives there too. ColimaSt.has a time tunnel: GoodbyeFolk rescues items that the coolest granny once owned. Try different outfits or get a haircut at the beautyparlor at the bottom of the store. Showing off your new look, keep walking and find Río de Janeiro Park with its mexican “David” and benches surrounding a fountain. At Orizaba and Puebla corner, Café Toscano offers loveseats and benches, cheese, bread, coffee or a menu while you‘re free to borrow magazines or books. Take a glimpse at Dulcería Celaya, which is a 125 years old! Enjoy mexican candy while walking towards Casa Lamm. Get comfy on its couches inside an anfitheater and look at their books along with your loved one.

¡The romantic touch is yours!

Getting there:

Metrobus stop: Durango.

What you need to know:

The phone in front of MUCA does spatial noises.
Café Toscano also sells flowers and handmade chocolate.

VIP Tip:

ForoCafé offers discounts for the first ten visitors bringing this magazine.

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