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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... tribe, the Tzotzil. The locals speak their own tribal language (as to nearly 60 others in Mexico) and have little to do with state or federal government. There are some strict rules that apply - no photos of people and no photos in the church. The two grainy photos uploaded are from Postcards with apologies for their poor quality. The people remind me of the Hmong hill tribes in Vietnam. They are short in stature and the women's traditional dress is a black skirt of ...
When we arrived in San Cristobal on Thursday morning we were pleasantly surprised to find a much cooler temperature than weŽd faced in Oaxaca. Being that bit higher up meant for cool mornings and evenings and bright sunny afternoons without being overwhelmingly hot. We made our way to Iguana Hostel where weŽd booked a private room as it was the same price as our bunks in the dorm in Oaxaca. Unfortunately when we got there it turned out the prce ...
... sure if the altitude is really taking it out of me or I am just not used to the climbing, but it is damned hard work this sight-seeing.
Talking of things going south, I discovered a few days ago that my compass had gone missing. With pulling documents in and out of my pocket at border crossings, I suspect I dropped it somewhere along the way. Since then I have really noticed not having it. Being in strange locations, I tend to regularly check the ...
... San Cristobal, and together we have managed to earn back the full amount that I had lent her and then some. We are not involved romantically anymore, but we have both gained from the relationship in some degree, both of us becoming teachers in the field of bodywork therapy. Money has been a problem area for me in the past, and even though I have had a relatively easy flow over the last few years, the tension and anxiety and lack of trust I had felt over ...
... world this was completely normal. After the tour was over we headed back into town to our hostel. We sat at the communal table doing some research for the next leg of our trip. We were off to Palenque, to see some Myan ruins in the jungle. Sitting next to us was two girls from Argentina. They overheard us talking about calling the bus company and offered to help as they could speak English and Spanish. It was at this moment a beautiful friendship was born. The girls were divine ...