Hotel Palenque

Address: AV. 5 de Mayo # 15, Palenque, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 29960, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on AV. 5 de Mayo # 15, Palenque, is near Alameda Central, Aroma Spa, Silver Museum (Museo de la Plateria), and Casa Humboldt.
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    Travel Blogs from Palenque

    Hitch hikers, less than impressive ruins, hold ups

    A travel blog entry by saraandkike on Oct 11, 2015

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... lost on me. Kike seemed to really enjoy it but I think my lack of enthusiasm must have rubbed off on him as he was as keen to leave as I was. The other annoying thing was that the touts don't leave you alone and were just waiting around to try and grab some money from you, we also brought a coconut which cost $20 for some sour and not even cold coconut water. Let's just say I was glad to get the hell out of there! We left Palenque to drive to Campeche as a stop over before ...

    Day 52: WATERFALLS

    A travel blog entry by livy_lane on Aug 21, 2015

    8 photos

    ... resturants' with people shouting at us. I had some cheese emenadas and James had some guacamole, which I ate most of. James was doing really well considering how I'll he'd felt all day, I was very impressed!

    The bus ride home was long. Really long. We met some nice/annoying american girls, which was great because they obviously spoke English! They shoved one too many people onto the bus so it was rather uncomfortable for the girls at the back.

    We got ...

    Spanish dubbed Liam Neeson

    A travel blog entry by bex-edd on May 17, 2015

    5 photos

    ... great, because its always the same plot so we followed them pretty easily.

    So we arrived the next morning into a small place called Palenque feeling surprisingly OK. We had a quick wash and change of clothes in the station toilets - all very festival style - and were on our way. The ruins to see in this area are all out of town, so we planned to sign up to a day trip as soon as we could. Sure enough, someone pounced as soon as stepped out ...

    The Longest Day

    A travel blog entry by themcgee on Feb 15, 2015

    10 photos

    ... br> I was only surlrised the state of my laundry didn't set off a few alarms.

    The big difference in this area is that hills have started to appear. Having spent so much time in coastal areas and in flat lowlands, it was the first time I had seen any hills for a while. Vegetation was thick all the way from Guatemala, although you can see some severe deforestation. On the Mexican side of the border, the scenery was equally green, with quite a number ...

    Marvelous and mysterious pyramids

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Dec 16, 2013

    67 photos

    ... What a weird ritual.

    Our final stop of the day was my favorite: the last small temple. This was built in several stages, with one stage following the previous by only a few years. It was constructed around the time that contact was made with the Maya, and some speculate that this temple was designed to support the king in his quest to become god-like. This temple is surrounded by a giant sunken lawn, with five foot walls on all sides. It apparently can be ...