Olmeca Plaza Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... the technical team were still working on other cars and we carried on with the rest of our group. It took us 5 hours to reach Palenque, but we only arrived after closing time. That was a shame but it couldn't be helped. We did at least enjoy the route which took us through lots of mountain villages! By our standards we arrived in Villahermosa at a fairly reasonable time, at least in time for ...
... which we enjoyed.Nice to have some fruit and cereal.Sadly for such a nice hotel the bathroom water is cold.This city is basically a very industrial and petrol funded town as Pexmex is based here. There is little to attract tourism to it bar the beaches and that seemed pleasant on a better weather day.At 1pm we catch a taxi back to the bus station which looks way friendlier by daytime. We are going to Catemalco along the coast but this time by ...
If I was to tell you I was looking forward to getting on a bus for 4 hours in Mexico, from Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas to Villahermosa, Tabasco, you would think I was crazy. You're probably thinking; chickens and other undomesticated animals, screaming babies wrapped in colorful blankets hanging off the backs of their mothers, soldiers with automatic weapons waking you up in an unknown village, luggage strewn about and people hanging out of the ...
I grew up near Hermosa Beach and Zakk attended Hermosa Elementary on Hermosa Street in Rancho Cucamonga, so we were pleased that bus transfer number three was in Villahermosa. It might even be a nice place. We stopped there to transfer to the luxury bus after 3 interesting scenic bus rides (translation bumpy). 12 easy and pretty comfortable hours after leaving Catemaco we arrive in Palenque town. Amazing considering ...
... Palenque. I was thinking that I'd be getting on one of those large luxurious buses like I have done several times on my trips to Mexico; but this time it was a small tour bus with a number of back-packers and Mexicans.
Unlike my other trips to Mexico, this one route was nothing special. The road was normal, the scene was normal, the tress looked like ...