Crowne Plaza Hotel Tuxtla Gutierrez

Belisario Dominguez Km 1081B, Tuxtla Gutierrez, Pacific Coast, 29020, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Belisario Dominguez Km 1081B, Tuxtla Gutierrez, is near Miguel Alvarez del Toro Zoo (ZOOMAT) and Calzada de los Hombres Illustres.
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    Travel Blogs from Tuxtla Gutierrez

    Day 63 - Amiku and sumerido canon

    A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Aug 16, 2013

    ... the biggest in the world second only to Australian crocs. Another incredible part of the canon tour was a waterfall coming out if a cliff that has formed a weird fungus underneath the misty water spray, they drove the boat right under it and the misty spray over us was incredibly spectacular. Almost the whole trip in the boat was amazing, I was in ore of the place, taking lots of photos and blowing out. Bobbie had not slept well the previous night and after the 45 minute wait at ...

    Day 60 - Tuxtla Gutierrez

    A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Aug 13, 2013

    We got off the 11 hour bus ride at 5.30am, got our bags and walked into the bus station. Check in at our hotel was not until 11am but we thought we would try our luck and see if our room would be ready. After a coffee and a chill at the coffee shop at the bus station we got a taxi to the hotel. Out the front of our hotel was a nice security guard/ bellboy who helped us with our bags. We book our hotels through ...

    Zinacantan and 2nd FIESTA

    A travel blog entry by travellerbruce on Jan 21, 2013

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    ... where the women ( we didn't see evidence of any men) were weaving and waiting to greet us. Led by the mother the daughters who had one of her grandchildren strapped to her back. After explaining the way the family lived we then went into the "kitchen" where one of the daughters was preparing food over an open wood-fire. Whatever chimney arrangements there were didn't seem to be working because the atmosphere was eye-watering. We were each given ...

    The Maya Natives

    A travel blog entry by atom4gevampire on Sep 10, 2012

    After a long sleep (which we really needed after that bus-ride) we left our hotel to visit two Mayan villages not far from San Cristobal. The first village was about a half our walk from where the van dropped us off. At some points we were walking through the backyards of people, but they don't mind. They believe that everything belongs to the god of the underworld, not to the people themselves. They also live in a tight knit ...

    Cultural Crossroads

    A travel blog entry by thelees on Oct 03, 2011

    7 photos

    ... plaza dressed in raw woollen vests, big brown leather belts, comfy leather sandals and leather cowboy hats. They use walkie talkies to communicate with each other while monitoring the goings-on. Meanwhile the town council (elected by the elders) sit in a long row on a slightly elevated corner of the plaza - chatting, smoking and nodding off at times - ready to deliver instant justice by addressing any dispute or petty criminal that might arise.