48 Hours in Mexico City
Mexico City: vibrant, friendly, colorful, in-your-face Mexico City is a super fun place to visit
Pujol - super famous, highlighted on an episode of Chef's Table
Contramar - get the fish tacos
Mora Mora - acai bowls
El Caminero - I loved the tacos here!! I think there was one called a Chile Chester which was my favorite.
El Moro Churreria - I went here twice (they have many locations!). Always crowded, clearly a local favorite. Get the caramel dipping sauce.
Panaderia Rosetta - for baked goods
Fresh mango w/ chile sugar from the street vendors!
The best thing I did in Mexico City was a Luis Barragan architecture tour! They book up way in advance, so reserve early. I saw the San Cristobal stables and one of his homes in the heart of the city. I wanted to do a tour of his studio, but it was booked. Definitely do some research on Barragan-- so so cool and a dream to photograph his designs.
Museo Soumaya - didn't go in, just photographed the beautiful exterior
La Ciudadela markets
Shopping at Carla Fernandez and other nice stores in Roma area
Frida Kahlo Museum
We stayed at Chaya B&B and I loved it! There's a great coffee shop on the lobby level.