Hotel Ciudad Real Centro Historico
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ciudad Real Centro Historico San Cristobal de las Casas
Right on the Zocalo, not a better location in town. Nice old-fashioned hotel. Not as colonial as I was expecting. Perfect for arriving to town dropping off luggage and to head out and explore the town. What a town, who need sot stay at a hotel when the place has so much to offer.
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... Surprisingly cute for scaly, cold-blooded killer lizards. On the trip I realised I’d mislaid my camera, item no 2 for the trip and only 9 days in. I think I should start clipping everything I own on to myself whenever I leave the hotel, a bit like a living buckaroo. Luckily, the following morning it turned up at the hotel. Apparently in a rush to get out that morning I’d handily just left it on the side. ...
... that had a yoga studio so the first time I had down yoga in about 3 years (and after 3 weeks of sitting on/in various methods of transportation) and I had to try and decipher what the Spanish yogi was telling me to do without looking up... Needless to say I wasn't too successful... I was keen to try again the next session but for multiple reasons each successive session failed to come about. I am now determined to at least start stretching so if I ...
... of religious practice. My 2 inside photos were taken from brought postcards!
I have seen hundreds if not thousands of churches or places where religious beliefs were practiced around the world and this one would be near the top. The darkness, thousands of lit candles on the ground and tables, statues with mirrors on their chest around ...
... before the wind, "El Norte," really picked up.
La Ventosa lived up to its name (it translates to 'the windy one). When I think about weather, and how it feels to go through it, wind is rarely one I think of. Rain is uncomfortable and makes everything sloppy and wet, but you slog through it. You have to take it slow through fog to see ahead. But a good wind makes moving forwards hard. It punishes you. On the bike, my ...
... it's not massive and does not have big touristy stuff - we would definitely recommend this as a stop over to anyone in Mexico! We really just spent the day wandering the streets, shopping a bit (super cheap!) and lying in a hammock reading books- really not much to complain about. We have popped a couple of photos on here of the cute little town- including Isaacs dinner which cost a total of $5 NZ (crazy- because it was really good too!) :) Amanda & ...