Fiesta Inn Villahermosa

Paseo de la Choca No107 , Villahermosa, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 86035, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Paseo de la Choca No107 , Villahermosa, is near Parque Museo La Venta, Museo de Historia de Tabasco (Casa de los Azulejos), Acapulco Historical Museum, and Mercado de Artesanías.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Villahermosa

To Villahermosa

A travel blog entry by claire-jellard on Jul 25, 2014

4 comments, 8 photos

Having arrived very late the night before ( or early depending on how you look at it!) we enjoyed a late breakfast and left at around midday. Our intention was to visit Palenque, an ancient Maya temple in the jungle. However, things didn't quite work out that way! We were only two blocks away from the hotel when suddenly Jan was involved in a collision with another car - a Mexican driver :-( ...

Unique Mayan architecture

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Mar 07, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... bricks together. All the buildings were constructed between 400 -900AD. They were not discovered till 1890s.Like Angkor Wat in Cambodia this site was buried under massive jungle growth . Today not all the mounds of the ruins have been unearthed so it was amazing walking around the very large and high structures knowing they were at one stage overgrown. We spent a few hours there and afterwards caught another collectivo to the near town on the ...

Traveling by bus in southern Mexico

A travel blog entry by chasqui1970 on Aug 01, 2013

If I was to tell you I was looking forward to getting on a bus for 4 hours in Mexico, from Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas to Villahermosa, Tabasco, you would think I was crazy. You're probably thinking; chickens and other undomesticated animals, screaming babies wrapped in colorful blankets hanging off the backs of their mothers, soldiers with automatic weapons waking you up in an unknown village, luggage strewn about and people hanging out of the ...

Catemaco-Villahermosa-Palenque

A travel blog entry by outram on May 28, 2013

... no accurate maps and no idea how to get from point A to point B and we are rusty at travel sign language, but those old skills emerge. People are friendly and helpful and we are grateful that all the doom stories about travel in Mexico are so incorrect.

After eating pollo and aroz in town for dinner, we got a Taxi out to near the ruins. Just by the park gate the road turns off down a little dirt track ...

City living in Tabasco

A travel blog entry by benneal on Dec 31, 2012

... and shows us a magazine from the pile he's reading on the End of the World. We get amazing street tacos for lunch (including ones which seem to be just pure fat!) and visit a zoo/park/museum to see some Olmec heads and crocodiles. We see some papier mache Nativity scenes, buy some much needed clothes and Ben finally ditches his boots which now have holes in the ...