Mision Palenque Hotel Chiapas

Address: Colonia. Centro S/N , Chiapas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 29960, Mexico | Hotel
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMision Palenque Hotel Chiapas

Reviewed by alpman

Kitlesel konaklama yerleri

Reviewed Jan 21, 2013
by (1 review) , Turkey Flag of Turkey

Yörenin en güzel beş yıldızlı denmesine rağmen kitlesel hizmet hizmeti veren çoğu yer gibi ne yemkerl nede oda hizmet iyi. Açık alanda küçük bir Havuz var.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Mision Palenque Hotel Chiapas

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Chiapas

Zocolo by Night

A travel blog entry by fielderbeaumont on Apr 28, 2013

2 comments, 1 photo

We stood mesmerised and glossy eyed as we watched the Incas dancing as they jigged around their animal toenails while wearing traditional ritual costumes like a turquoise feathers like they have a peacock on their heads. Some had animal skulls on their heads. The animal toenails, sewn onto a piece of material, rattle as they move backwards and forwards. They dance around the Incan chief who stands in the middle, holding ceremonial ...

Week 1 of classes!

A travel blog entry by slw321 on Aug 15, 2012

17 photos

... was going on by watching the instructor and I was right. It was all conducted in Spanish. However, once he realised I hadn’t a clue what he was talking about he did come and talk to me during the class to make sure I was okay. But he could see that I pretty much knew what I was doing. Today was very much an introduction about setting up the bike and the different positions you needed to use. Nonetheless as soon as we started applying resistance ...

The Road to San Cristobal

A travel blog entry by ryanhaber on Feb 14, 2012

2 photos

... with a man. When he got off at a shack on the side of the road, he pulled a large sack of chicken feed with him and a couple smaller, lumpy sacks. A little boy ran up to him as he was unloading. The man smiled as his son danced around him chanting exuberantly, "Mi papi! Mi papi! Mi papi!" My dad! My dad! My dad! Then, as the man finished unloading, the boy peeped into one of the sacks and burst ...

From Mayans to Mummies to Azteks ...

A travel blog entry by maz360 on Jan 13, 2012

67 photos

... The 'moon' pyramid was build in the same shape as the mountain behind it, so that you clearly see the outline of the pyramid against the mountain behind. Fascinating. It's an entire city, with a main road running throughout. Much of the original stone remains, with colour engravings and what appear to be hills are actually more unrestored pyramids covered in vegetation. You can climb up to the top of the pyramids which is hard work but well worth it. A Japanese boy in our ...

A prison or just high security?

A travel blog entry by karynina on Aug 03, 2011

1 comment

... outs that she is noticing our school isn;t telling me because they forget that I never taught in Mexico before. She is noticing this because she has been teaching abroad for 11 or more years now. And yeah, is showing me and translating and explaining culture awareness. And she flips between English and Spanish very effortless and sometimes without realizing it.

And then I come home. I am tired. But I had a fun interesting day.

Buenos noches!





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