Crowne Plaza Hotel Villahermosa
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... the technical team were still working on other cars and we carried on with the rest of our group. It took us 5 hours to reach Palenque, but we only arrived after closing time. That was a shame but it couldn't be helped. We did at least enjoy the route which took us through lots of mountain villages! By our standards we arrived in Villahermosa at a fairly reasonable time, at least in time for ...
... bus) to the Mayan ruins just out of town. We are there about 11am and are the only people bar another couple here. The museum is interesting and the ruins really large and amazing . They are made with bricks unlike other Mayan structures because they located in an alluvial plain there are no limestone or rocks to carve so they used a mixture of oystershells burnt to get the calcium and mixed it with sand and water to make mortar to hold the ...
I grew up near Hermosa Beach and Zakk attended Hermosa Elementary on Hermosa Street in Rancho Cucamonga, so we were pleased that bus transfer number three was in Villahermosa. It might even be a nice place. We stopped there to transfer to the luxury bus after 3 interesting scenic bus rides (translation bumpy). 12 easy and pretty comfortable hours after leaving Catemaco we arrive in Palenque town. Amazing considering ...
We get a luxury bus to Villahermosa after a mix-up at the bus station and a long journey and Soph gets addicted to "Choco-choco" a song on the bus' playlist. We go out for coffee, after wandering around some art galleries and meet a guy named Pepe. He's dressed eccentrically and has a bandage on his head (after a car crash). He's a writer of science fiction and tells us ...
I'd forgotten how long was the flight from Montreal to Mexico City. After a quick stop over at the Benito Juárez international airport; had enough time to go to Ghandi's to buy a book and my favorite Spanish language magazine, Quo, a bathroom break and buy some junk food; I was on the connecting flight to Villahermosa.
From what I've read there isn't much to see ...