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

Day - 24 taking it easy

A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Jul 08, 2013

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Today was another day of doing very little. Mostly just planning out the next week of activities and resting and saving money. Due to the hot weather we seem to be tired a lot and we sleep late. Also the Mexican food has dealt me a pretty rough stomach for the last few days so venturing too far from the hotel is not a great idea. Although we did have a walk in the direction of the Zocalo, Bobbie looked ...

Hello Mexico

A travel blog entry by lukeandsarah on Nov 14, 2012

... surrounding withdrawal of pesos from ATMs, purchase of taxi receipts and where the hell we were meant to queue for aforementioned taxi. No biggie, we row all the time! In retrospect, fatigue and a complete lack of Spanish skills defo played a part here. Also the fact that we were landing in a city in the middle of the night where you apparently need to take specific cabs in order to not be kidnapped probably didn’t help. Waited another hour before we actually ...

Mexico City and More!

A travel blog entry by naomiriyo5423 on Jul 18, 2012

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... facing small inner courtyards. The staff is friendly ...

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 ...

Day of the Dead

A travel blog entry by nigglynel on Nov 02, 2011

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... on my agenda i guess you would get more out of them if you were deeply religious or perhaps a cathedral buff.

I'm not going to go back the same way, i thought to myself. I walked where i could smell the churros as i often am, lead by my stomach. Fantastic as they were i found myself a little lost. I asked a surly looking policeman and he kind of pointed and said 'direchio' or 'direchia', it's kind of important to know the difference as one ...