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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Travel Blogs from San Cristobal de las Casas
... San Juan Chamula's main square is dotted with green crosses. These are meeting places for the town's men. There were a number of meetings taking place with large groups of men. Gabriel told us these meetings are usually about airing national and local grievances and a means for rallying the men together. For the first time since arriving in Mexico I felt concern for my safety.
The second village we visited was Zinacantan, famous for it's weaving. As with ...
We were going to take an overnight bus to San Christobal and on our way to the bus station we found out that there was a protest and no busses are leaving that evening. There were also some road blocks on the direct route. A minibus was hired and 18 of us plus luggage squeezed in.
It made for a very squashed and uncomfortable through the night drive.
At San Chistobal we went to the Sumidero Canyon. A big river with a massive hydroelectric scheme damming the river ...
... steps up to church. Got a hot chocolate and tart - yum. Back to hostel took shower then met another lady in hostel Claudia from Austria really nice, then on way out 3 of us bumped into 2 guys one working at hostel robin I think, then another couple so 7 of us ended up going to coco liche for dinner then 5 of us went to watch guy staying and working in hostel sing and play his guitar in (non-alcohol) - we didn't realise til we sat down as ...
Jellard's eye was 95% better, so we decided to split the driving this time. I did the first leg to the Guatemalan/Mexican border and then Jellard took over. Leaving Guatemala and entering Mexico as a private individual was pretty painless. However, importing the car into Mexico was quite another matter. Crossing the border was no problem, but the car had to be imported at a location 90 kms further ...
... were standard Murray's bus size but the backs were a lot softer so I fell asleep almost straight away. First overnight bus... Tick. San Cristobal is a quaint little town up in the mountains in southern Mexco (in the Chiapas region for those who know Mexico) not far from the Guatemalan border. There isn't a huge amount to do there but it's one of the welcoming places where you can quite happily wile away a few days just wandering around the town. I stayed in ...