Hotel Casa Kolping

Address: Adolfo 2624, Chiapas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 29030, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Adolfo 2624, Chiapas.
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Travel Blogs from Chiapas

San Cristobal de Las Casas

A travel blog entry by vgfamily on Mar 11, 2013

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... of the village was the church, where we saw some of the Mayan traditions in action. The Tzotzil are Catholic but many of their ancient traditions are mixed into their spiritual lives. The church itself had no pews but instead worshippers sat on the ground on a bed of pine needles. We saw a few women and men setting up candles on the floor and praying in Tzotzil. Some also had bottles of soda to use as offerings. On our return trip, a few blocks from home, ...

Ya Basta!

A travel blog entry by chris.wauman on Feb 18, 2013

23 photos

... many documentaries and mexican movies are shown! Good to learn some more spanish (they're mostly with english subtitles) and more about the current and past problems of Mexican society (f.i. immigration and the drug cartels).
San Cirstobal is also a quite colonial city with way to many churches, really lovely!

From San Cristobal I went on a tour to Canon del Sumidero. Amazing scene on a river! We also saw monkeys at the riverside and a crocodile, but ...

Pretty, cold San Cristobal!

A travel blog entry by blondesontour on Jul 19, 2012

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... me in completely different directions-excellent. Eventually got it and then had to get to the post office in an hour before it closed. Again, 45 minutes later (and a bazillion different directions later) I found that it wasn't open like it should be. Aimee, you owe me! Also I had to leave all of your postcards with people at the hostel as there is also no post box, so if they never arrive - you know why!

Everyone at the hostel is a ...

Mayan´s at play

A travel blog entry by nicorach on Jan 16, 2012

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... have to pay for all the candles, flowers, alcohol and fireworks involved to preform ceremonies.



Within Chamula there is no Priest, nor are there any bibles or masses within the church, only Mayan ceremonies. Within the Church there were no pews as people sat on the floor. Scattered on the floor were pine needles which when walked on released the smell of Christmas trees. We saw ...

Dude looks like a lady

A travel blog entry by mealanzo on Nov 19, 2011

... on the bus from Korea. The next few days and nights unfolded with a similar fashion. Now San Cristobel is not particularly large, and we had already been there a couple of weeks before and had seen really most of what we wanted to see. We were back here for two reasons; 1) to wait for some post from home and 2) it was Matt's birthday. As such this time in town, we were there to soak in the local atmosphere and celebrate Matt's entry to mid-twenties. And ...