Posada Diego De Mazariegos

Address: Flores 2, Chiapas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 29200, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chiapas

Chapultepec Park and Zoo

A travel blog entry by thelliotts on Sep 29, 2013

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... of state until 1940. Emperor Maximilian used this hilltop residence when he ruled during the Second Mexican Empire (1864-1867). Chapultepec, a large forest, has great sidewalks, numerous national mounuments, museums (notably the national Museum of Anthropology), manicured gardens, a huge lake, art sculptures, etc.

When we arrived early Sunday morning, there was a NBA (National Basketball Association) event underway. Many small "three on ...

Mexico City - Coyoacan

A travel blog entry by fielderbeaumont on Apr 25, 2013

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... of box-hedging, and a few trees plonked here and there. It was like a mini maze weaving itself around. As we were sitting on a park bench in the garden i noticed a little furry brown animal making it's way down the tree and trough the mini maze. "Mum, Dad, what's that?" I asked. "Where?" Mum said. "There!" I yelled pointing to the little creature. "Oh, wow!" Dad ...

Week 1 of classes!

A travel blog entry by slw321 on Aug 15, 2012

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... after paying my deposit and rent and also the money for the lawyers I don't have enough cash left! I didn’t have the energy to go through it all again with Barclays. I will save that for another day!

My day began well enough as I managed to get myself into the gym and locate the cycle studio. I have seen the bikes before but never used them. They are the ones where the handle bars also move from side to side. I had expected to have to work ...

The Road to San Cristobal

A travel blog entry by ryanhaber on Feb 14, 2012

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... among other things, that you can meet actual Mexicans going about their actual business, and that fare is far more economical. Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, the vehicle is lower to the ground, which is essential for surviving the curving road with all its bumps and dips. The hairpin turns turn larger vehicles, like the intercity buses, into veritable vomitoriums.
The countryside ...

From Mayans to Mummies to Azteks ...

A travel blog entry by maz360 on Jan 13, 2012

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... has plenty to offer in terms of sightseeing - 4 days was just not enough. I took the open top 'Touribus' around the city and visited the Anthropology Museum. This museum is excellent but I am not a museum person and it's so big you would need all day to see it. The Mayan and Aztek exhibitions were interesting as the following day I took a trip to the pyramids of Teotihuacan. Before coming here I didn't even know that they had pyramids in Mexico! This was a pre-Aztek ...