Hotel Kashlan

Address: Av. 5 de Mayo No. 105105, Palenque, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, \N, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. 5 de Mayo No. 105105, Palenque, is near Cascadas de Agua Azul and National Park of Palenque.
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    Travel Blogs from Palenque

    Campeche to Chiapas

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Apr 02, 2014

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    ... a Mexicana pizza. The quesadillas weren't great, Maria even said that David makes better ones at home. The pizza, however, was delicious - the freshest of ingredients piled high on a perfect crispy Italian pizza base. Even the jalapeños were fresh, sliced lengthways into big chunks instead of the usual small disks. We have become very used to the Habanero salsas of the Yucatán so the pizza needed a splash of local Tabasco salsa to heat things up.

    Ruins and waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Dec 03, 2013

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    ... civilisation collapse around 900 AD, with the cities long deserted by the time the Spanish conquistadors arrived. Theories abound of famines, civil unrest or warfare, but no-one really knows. Mayan decendents still live in these areas though and all the handicrafts vendors are Mayan, carrying on some of the old traditions, including carrying things by forehead. Our guide also told us of Reina Roja (Red Queen) who is said to have been one of the few (and ...


    A travel blog entry by frawldog on Nov 20, 2013

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    ... are shut down at this time. You can actually walk on a lot of the sights. Only a few of them are shut down. There are some temples that are accessible to walk on, but not walk inside once you get to the top. The steps that go inside the temple are blocked off UNLESS you pay someone to let you inside who works there. They will gladly accept bribes. I did not do this, but I saw others doing it. The most famous site in this complex was the Temple ...

    From ruins to waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by kkhlee74 on Oct 29, 2010

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    ... us an earful about those 'Moslem' problems in the world and dangers in other parts of Mexico. I recall reading about gang warfare and violence against women in towns closer to the border of the US and Mexico which is fuelled by drug cartels which we also talk about. We’re glad to be far away from those areas but resolve not to be too complacent about personal safety as we travel the rest of Mexico on our own.