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Country Code: 52 (MX)
Area code: 55

Location
Latitude: 19° 28' North
Longitude: 99° 09'West

Time Zone
Standard time zone: UTC/GMT -6 hours
Daylight saving time: +1 hour
Current time zone offset: UTC/GMT -5 hours
Time zone abbreviation: CDT

Numbers:
Information 040
Emergency 060
Time 030
Hospital: 5230-8161
Ambulances: 5557-5757


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Antigua Hacienda de Tlalpan
Danubio Restaurant
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Ambassadeurs Restaurant
Address Paseo de la Reforma 12 * Continental Cuisine, Tie required
Tel 5-566-3602

Cafe Internet Pedregal
Address Avenida San Jeronimo # 630
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Cyberspace Cafe
Address Mazatlán # 148 * Internet Cafe
Tel 5-211-6877

Fouquet's de Paris
Address Mariano Escobedo 700 * French Cuisine Formal attire
Tel 5-545-6960

Paprika
Address Chilpancingo # 16 * Hungarian Cuisine
Tel 5-574-2902

Restaurant Del Lago
Address Chapultepec Park 11-870 * International Cuisine/Dancing
Tel 5-515-9586

Sir Winston Churchill
Address Avila Camacho # 67 * Steaks/Roast Beef and Wine
Tel 5-520-0065


Mexico City Attactions
The Folkloric Ballet: A spectacular show with traditional music, dances and customs.. Please call the Tel. No. 55-29-93-20 for more information.

Bull Fights: On Saturdays at 4 p.m. in the largest Bull Fight Plaza in the world, “The Plaza Mexico”. The known worldwide matadors take part in these bull fights from December until March. From March ‘till November the “novilleros” (they are bull fighters but not yet Matadors) have bull fights at The Plaza Mexico every weekend.

The Mexico City Zocalo: It’s the Center of the whole Country and its origins go back as far as 1325. Today, Zocalo is the heart of Mexico City with shops, cantinas, street vendors, and some surviving historic structures.

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Mexico City Nightlife
There are 46 bars/lounges at the Mexico City International Airport. However, if you wish to see what the area offers, please review the below listings.

Mariachi mania — For more than 25 years Bar Jorongo has been one of the city's most popular nightspots. Features typical Mexican music played by big-name mariachis. Nightly from 6 p.m. Sheraton Maria Isabel Hotel, Paseo de la Reforma 325 (across from La Zona Rosa); 52-55-5242-5555.

Tiki in Mexico — Mauna Loa is a delightful Polynesian nightclub. Live music for dancing, as well as a Polynesian floor show. Shows Tuesday-Friday 10 p.m. and 10:30 p.m., Saturday at 11:45 p.m. and Sunday morning at 10:15 a.m. and 11:45 a.m. Reservations required. Ave. San Jeronimo 240 (Copilco Metro station); 52-55-5616-2777.

In a jazzy mood — New Orleans is a classic jazz bar where musically talented guests are invited to join in. Nightly from 7 p.m., music from 9 p.m. Ave. Revolucion 1655 (Viveros Metro station), San Angel; 52-55-5550-1908.


Note:
It is advisable that you do not carry a lot of cash on you and restrain from wearing any expensive or ostentatious jewelry. Also, use the ATMs only during the daylight hours. Particularly, use the ones located in the Banks or inside the supermarkets of shopping malls.


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