Posada Aguila Real
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPosada Aguila Real Palenque
Has air conditioning, fan, toilet seat, how water for two
People it was $300 pasos $25 American dollars a night for two people! Good deal l!! Very trusting. Drop your bags off all your stuff and hit town square!!
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... Agua Sul is another waterfall in this area which has vibrant blue water from all the sulphites which is a very popular tourist destination but unfortunately we don't have time to visit it.
We push on to Palenque which is about 30 minutes from Misol Ha. There are 2 parts to Palenque - The modern city and the archaeological site and we learn that the Mayan name for Palenque was "Lacam Ha" which means - the big waters (and we were soon to ...
... Allegedly they were kicking off about property or something. Seems logical to graffiti a passing car in protest eh? Luckily it had all dispersed by the time we passed that point. I thought it would’ve been quite fun!
We arrived at our eco retreat in the jungle, and I checked into my thatch roof hut – set aside from everyone else’s accommodation. I was greeted by an insect with a 2 inch sting ...
... toilet and basin was full of sick! The water was obviously not working so the responsible parties could not have cleaned it! I scuttled back to my seat, mortified that the smell wasn't going to go away and we still have 2 hours left to go! Everyone had shirts tied around their faces! When we arrived in San Cristobal that evening we have never been so happy to be off a bus! What an ordeal, from now on we're only sitting at the front of a bus!
... 20 MXN, 10 minutes). At the entrance you first pay the fee for entering the national park (28 MXN) and then 59 MXN for the ruins themselves.
Palenque is the most impressive ancient Maya city that we have seen so far. It flourished in the 7h century and the ruins date back from 226 BC to 799 AD. It's not as big as huge ancient cities like Tikal, for example, but it was important back in the time. ...
... 226 BC to around 799 AD. The most famous ruler was Pascal the Great, whose tomb was recently found and can be closely seen. Even with the incredible ruins supporting Palenque, it still remains a very poor town, where most Mexicans live below the poverty line. We saw caged zebra and camel on a trailer being paraded around town, junkies and hookers on the street at ...