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Michael asks…

How should I start this? (Spanish homework)?

Imagine you are an exchange student in Mexico. Write a letter to your parents describing your daily life. Include your favorite meals, places to visit, means of transportation and things to do.
Well, I know how to start it off in English, what I need help with is trying to start it in Spanish.

Tijuana answers:

GOD please do not copy the other answers. Maybe the intentions are good, but no one comes from a native speaker, I can assure you.

Mamá y papá:
Este viaje a México no podría ser mejor. Los extraño mucho, pero ¡hay tantas cosas interesantes para hacer! México DF es una ciudad enorme con muchas cosas para descubrir: museos, historias… Y la vida nocturna tampoco está mal. La gente es muy amable, y aunque la comida es un poco picante…..

Dear Mom and Dad;
This travel to Mexico couldn’t get better. I miss you a lot, but there’s so many interesting things to do anyway!. Mexico DF is an enormous city with lots of things to be discovered: museums, histories… Nightlife isn’t bad either. People is really kind, and even if the food is a little spicy for me…

Hope it helps!!

James asks…

whats a nice place to visit in Mexico?

I am living in Mexico City… My husband and I want to get away for a couple of days…. not too far away because I am pregnant. Maybe 2-3 hrs away.. somewhere nice with great things to see… any suggestions of a nice place to go?

Tijuana answers:

Taxco is just 100 miles from DF. Watch this video to see what it’s like:

Donald asks…


Hi all,

I’ll be backpacking in DF from 3/18-23. Looking for some trip ideas. Thanks a lot!

Tijuana answers:

The main sight near Mexico City is Teotihuacan, a huge pre-Aztec site that includes one of the world’s largest pyramid. It can be done on a day trip by taking a bus from the Central Camionera del Norte a.k.a. Terminal Norte.

Taxco (a small colorful colonial town), Puebla (a large city with Mexico’s largest colonial core) and Tepozotlan (a fine moantery now housing the national museum of colonial art/ the church contains the most elaborate room in Mexico) are among the other possible day trips. However there is plenty to keep you busy in Mexico City.

You should have a good guide book with you. It will more than pay for itself with the money, time and hassels it can save you. Backpackers usually like, Lonely Planet Mexico and Let’s Go Mexico.

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