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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... back to bed, nice and warm. I got up at 7:15 and had a shower and met with the group before 8 to let them know we wouldn't join on the church trip this morning. I went for a walk to the mall and came across the group having breakfast so joined them for breakfast. I had ham scrambled eggs which was nice. After breakfast they went on their way to the church and I continued on to the supermarket to get some water and powerade for ...
... for sacrifice in the church. They believe that they can pray to clean the soul of the sick person and transfer the disease into the chicken, once the chicken's neck is broken the person should be healed. We saw a chicken in there and I didn't want to stick around to see what would happen to it.
The last stop on the tour was a cemetery. The colour of your cross is dependent on your social status - married people = black, old maids = green, old bachelors = blue, ...
... and we were so nearly ready to go home at midnight when we spotted Ernesto with his friends. They 'convinced' us to join them at the cafe Revolucion again..disaster! More drinks and boogying later (so naughty!), headed back home more than tipsy and collapsed in bed (alarm set for 6am..crikey...) V and mini V (my liver is not made for 2 consecutive nights of ...
... did purchase.
Next door was “O la la” so a takeaway latte for 20 peso / NZ 1.90 / US 1.50 was certainly in order.
Up into the outdoor markets by the Templo del Cerrillo for more retail therapy for some.
Meeting the artist who made an item is important to ...
... men would prescribe the colours, lengths and amounts of candles needed for particular problems the family was having. They also had cans of coca cola and other fizzy drink with them, that they would wave over the candles and drink as a part of their worship/prayer. Some people were humming, some were singing, some played on whistles. For particularly bad problems a medicine man will prescribe the sacrificing of a chicken, and while we were in the ...