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About our home
This cozy little flat on the top floor is right on the southern border of hip Roma neighbourhood, and a 15 minute walk from Condesa neighborhood. It consists of a living-dining area, a well equipped kitchen that includes gas, electric and microwave ovens, and a double bedroom with ensuite shower bathroom. It feels very spacious, thanks to the floor to ceiling windows (the bedroom has black out curtains) and the furniture in the living room that fits up to 6 guests for dinner and entertaining. There is no laundry washing machine, but you can get your clothes washed at Lavandería de Barrio, a few blocks away.
The flat is in between two tube lines and two metrobus lines. You can take tube line 3 at Centro Médico station or metrobus at Obrero Mundial Station and get to the Historic Downtown area of the city or go south through the same tube line to get to Coyoacan and visit Frida Khalo's and Leon Trotsky's homes. The other metrobus, line 1, goes all the way through Insurgentes Avenue and can take you to Mexico’s National Autonomous University Cultural Centre (Universum, MUAC and MUCA Museums), Carrillo Gil and el Chopo Museums, San Angel and Juárez neighbourhoods, and Reforma 222 and Perisur shopping malls.
**I am planning a trip to London and Cambridge from 24th June to 16 July.
More about us
I am a psychoanalytic psychotherapist.
I studied my postgraduate degree in London and New Haven; I come back from time to time to the UK and US for academic purposes.
La Casa de Toño for pozole, Taquería la Michoacana for spicy stew tacos, Los Parados for grilled meat tacos, El Bajío for traditional Mexican breakfast. You can also go to Roma Norte, and explore its culinary scene, one of my top picks is MOG Bistro.
Sereno Moreno is a Mexican pub/canteen, La Cesina has rocabilly live music and mezcal cocktails on Saturday nights. You can also explore Roma and Condesa neighbourhoods.
Parque Delta, a large shopping mall with international brands, restaurants, a movie theatre, and a Supermarket, is 7 blocks away.
Bit of culture
Cine Tonalá is 10 blocks away, it offers stand up comedy, theatrical plays, and artsy movies.
Walks in the park
Parque Maria Enriqueta, or you can walk up north to Parque Mexico and Parque España.
Spot of exercise
Sports World, in Acora Delta shopping mall, is 1 block away. They have day passes, a fully equipped gym, yoga, pilates, zumba, a swimming pool, sauna and showers.
Get the Metrobus at Obrero Mundial Station and get to Mexico City's Downtown area; visit La Ciudadela, Mexico's Fine Arts Palace, the National Museum, and el Zócalo. Also, have a walk on Obrero Mundial Ave (just a block away from my home) on a Sunday Morning for a Mexican farmer's market experience.