Hotel Tierra y Cielo
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tierra y Cielo San Cristobal de las Casas
Travel Blogs from San Cristobal de las Casas
... food and accommodation is cheap, we met some nice people and the cooler weather here in the mountains was a pleasant change. This was a great place to end a fantastic time in Mexico with a bus ride to Guatemala..
TRANSPORT: We hitch hiked most of the time around Mexico, we did not have any safety issues, but some days we spent hours waiting for a ride. We got a variety of rides; very boring truck drivers, party girls on their way to Cancun too friendly ...
... world wonders (as so many other places). Another day we took bicyles and visited a couple of cenotes. After Valladolid, we wanted to visit Campeche, so we took a bus there. While inquiring there about buses for the next day, we figured we'd take the night bus the same night to Palenque. So we spent about 7 hours in the city, which was actually more than enough.
The next morning we arrived at Palenque and walked towards the ruins. We had quite low expectations, and ...
... didn't need to do much steering of the reins. Lenny and Matts horse Snowy were buddies, they would trot along together and canter once we hit the open road out of the forest. The horses looked a little bit unfed which was sad but managed to take us through the rocky and hilly terrain without fault. Amazing how they can steadily manoeuvre through rocky, rough terrain. Jess wasn't very keen on horses but she enjoyed it a lot in the end. Bree looked like a ...
... the police we would punish us! Not wanting to experience Chamula police brutality (They have burned someone at the stake) I left the camera right at the bottom of my bag. Inside was completely unlike anything I have ever seen. The floor was covered in large green pine needles and candles of 5 colours, there was chanting and people on their knees were making offerings of local spirits & coke, even stranger they were using chicken eggs and rolling ...
... charges and feasts in Zinacantán. Many feasts are celebrated during the year. In every feast men are in charge of the celebration—they are: martomoetik,alperesetik, and moletik. The first two of these three names are loan words from the Spanish mayordomos and alférez, respectively. ...