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Mexico City Sights

Parque México

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Updated 01/22/2015

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The designer shop Carmen Rion caps Michoacán where it meets the Parque México, which has a duck pond, plus one of the city's cheapest and best taxi stands. The park used to be a racetrack, which explains the circular roads like the looping Avenida México and the occasional references to the Hipódromo (hippodrome) Condesa. From Michoacán you could also turn north on Tamaulipas and walk up a few blocks to visit smaller Parque España for a picnic or stroll. (Note that many locals refer to both parks as "Parque México," as most are unaware that the two parks are actually divided, and each has its own name.)

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Updated 01/22/2015

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