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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... know me, I couldn't pass those up. Both were pretty small and of course, all the explanations were in Spanish. But I got the idea, and got tastings at both, so it's all good.
I strolled the streets and visited a number of shops and local handicraft markets. San Cristobal is not-so-nicely known as gringo central and it's not hard to see why: This part of town, at least, is your typical tourist town, with booking agents, pizzerias and fast food ...
... manage to fix them and carry on, but decided to stay around the relatively conservative viewing points to avoid any more skidding about. To make the most of the visit, in a typical grown up fashion, I got some photos of me 'drinking' the waterfall with my mouth open underneath it. I’m such an adult.
Agua Azul was our next stop, after a few more hours on the road. The waterfall itself was ...
... Cristobal. We walked all the way up to San Cristobal church which had great panoramic views of the San Cristobal. We then went to the handicrafts and sweets market and bought some more jewellery! Back to the hotel, shower and off to the Argentinian restaurant for some good ol' steak :) After the food fest, we went again to the wine and tapas place for a couple ...
... being deserted towards the end of the eight century, the jungle reclaimed much of the city and today around 90% of the site remains unrestored. Prior to our visit to the temples and palaces, we were taken on an early morning jungle trek to seek out some of the uncovered structures, including the aptly named Forgotten Temple, and spy some local wildlife including bats and howler monkeys. Following the trek we took a short path and all of a sudden the ...
... got better. We arrived at the village of Chiapas de Corzo one hour later and took a boat to the canyon. The guide on the boat told us several stories about the canyon, for example, it was a scene of battles between the Spaniards and the indigenous people during the conquista. The canyon is also full of wildlife, we saw crocodiles, pelicans and monkeys. Unfortunately, the river is also full of garbage that people from the villages nearby throw into water... Our ...