Send guests an email a week prior to their arrival.
Make sure it is personalized and includes a line or two based on the information the guests have shared about themselves. The first part is just information about the house. In the second part of the email, though, go through information about the neighborhood, places to eat, cafes, gyms, and activities. You may get international visitors who don't always have access to data on their phones, they find this email very helpful.
Don’t forget to ask them if they will be driving to your home. If they are, tell them about parking in your area and the parking restrictions, if any. 🚗
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Des échanges agréables, avec des personnes des plus sympathiques. Un grand Merci pour votre gentillesse.
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The museum, also known as "Casa Azul" for its shocking cobalt blue exterior, is where Frida Khalo was born and raised. She lived (and eventually died) in the home, which she shared with her fellow artist/husband, Diego Rivera. While the collection of their own artwork is small, what's perhaps more impressive is the couple’s collection of folk art, pre-Hispanic artifacts, photographs, memorabilia, personal items, and more.
There are only a few Khalo and Rivera paintings in addition to other contemporary artists of their era. But no matter, seeing the house itself and how she lived is why you're here. The home is carefully preserved and maintained; it's easy to image the spaces as they were during Kahlo's time. Check out that kitchen, for instance, heated by wood with hulking cazuelas for cooking. (There’s a recipe for Frida’s mole sauce on the wall). The collection of clothes and corsets Frida needed to support her body after the traumatic accident she suffered give an intimate look at the artist's daily struggles.
The lines at Casa Azul are insane. Buy tickets ahead of time to skip most of the hassle; waiting for hours outside is a major morale-killer. If possible, go during the week so you can take time to soak it all in.
Once inside, there is a set route to explore the house. It's easy to mill around the space, though a bottleneck sometimes builds up on crowded weekends. Note that the house is old, so not all floors are wheelchair-accessible, and visitors are not allowed to take pictures.
Children can pick up monkey-shaped guides in each room that provide a brief explanation of what they are seeing, plus a quiz to keep them entertained.
The gift shop is small but full of Frida-inspired goodies, from magnets and postcards to jewelry and shawls.
Tourist Train Puebla - Cholula
This state-of-the-art train connects the Historic Center area of Puebla with the Archaeological Zone of Cholula, in an estimated time of 40 minutes through 17 kilometers. Make 2 stops during the trip, in the Hidalgo Market and Momoxpan. There are three different times to board the train between weekdays and one more for the weekend.
More Information Puebla Terminal Train
11 North and corner 18 West
Col. El Tamborcito
Monday through Friday 7 am, 8:30 am and 4:50 pm
Saturdays, Sundays and holidays 7 am, 7:45 am, 8:30 am, 9 am, 10 am, 3:15 pm, 4 pm, 4:45 pm and 5:30 pm
Cholula Terminal Train
Avenue Morelos and corner 6 Norte
In San Pedro, Cholula
This is one of the most pleasant places in the city to enjoy a relaxing breakfast outside. The picturesque location with the Fuente de Cibeles in full view and tropical greenery coupled with the fantastic breakfast options and some of the city’s best coffee make this place hard to beat. The specialty here is baked eggs that arrive served in a small cast iron pan but another favorite of mine is the enchiladas Suiza, divorciados style, which is with red and green salsa. Arrive early to beat the rush, on some days the tables are gone by 10 AM! If there are no tables they have a take-away counter where you can get your coffee and breakfast to go, then head off to one of the table and chairs set up for public use across the street at the fountain. 📸: @ilsepao@archipielagomx@1dlaurits@firstname.lastname@example.org 📍 Plaza Villa Madrid 13, Colonia Roma #cdmx#mexicocity#mexicocityofficial#airbnbexperience#mexicanfood#visitmexico#discovermexico#chilango