Hotel Casa Kolping

Address: Av. Jesus Cancino Casahonda No. 2624, Fraccionamiento Las Arboledas, C.P. 2930, Chiapas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 29030, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av. Jesus Cancino Casahonda No. 2624, Fraccionamiento Las Arboledas, C.P. 2930, Chiapas.
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Travel Blogs from Chiapas

Yucatan and Chiapas

A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on Feb 08, 2013

2 comments, 37 photos

... but less so than Cancn and seems to have a more
laid back feel to it. It also boasts some Maya ruins right on the coast which are a definite drawcard, but we felt after Tikal and Yaxha in Guatemala we had for the time being “done ruins” (or were temporarily maybe “ruined”!) so didn’t include them on our visit to Tulum. We camped just the one night there at the local fishermen’s cooperative site just back from the beach called the Co-op ...

The Cult of the Feline, and the Tukan

A travel blog entry by findscore on Dec 07, 2012

118 photos

... Chamula. This town is unique because it is one of the only (maybe THE only) church in Mexico that houses a mix of Catholicism and traditional Mayan religious practices. No cameras were allowed inside the church, so IŽll describe it for you: there are no pews or benches inside, (no organized seating, basically), no religious leader standing in the front--every family is gathered in circles on the floor, which is covered with pine needles and candles ...

A little bit of a rest

A travel blog entry by catndeano on Mar 10, 2012

5 photos

... to have lunch, which consisted of the local corn soup and chicken in a salsa with rice and tacos (small tortillas to you and me). Fed and watered we walked to Inglesia de Guadelupe, a beautiful looking church just a few blocks from our hostel. A little while later, we returned to the hostel and met up with the couple we'd booked in with and spent a pleasant few hours chatting and swapping travel stories in the courtyard. Around 5.30pm the temperature had dropped and we headed inside ...

San Cristobal

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Dec 24, 2011

63 photos

... the street all the way down to the Zocalo, the centre of the city, which is flanked on its northern side by the Cathedral. The Cathedral faces its own square with a big wooden cross on a plinth opposite the main entrance. The original church on this site dates back to 1528 and was dedicated to the Virgin Mary, however was torn down and rebuilt in its current form when San Cristobal became a cathedral in the 1600’s. It’s now dedicated to St Christopher, the ...

Fireworks and Roosters in Chiapas

A travel blog entry by thescribe on Feb 25, 2011

5 photos

... de Corzo. There's no nature here, no Mayan ruins, but there's a botanical garden and zoo that make a pleasant -yet a fairly hot day- of walking and sight-seeing. There's a central street where you can shop for clothes, visit about 5 different parks, check out some nice churches and buy some bizarre food on the street markets.

Passing the Poverty in the Open Spaces In-Between Towns

You'll undoubtedly pass open areas of Chiapas near Chiapa de Corzo where ...