Hotel Posada Real de Chiapas

Francisco I Madero 19, San Cristobal de las Casas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 29200, Mexico | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Francisco I Madero 19, San Cristobal de las Casas.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Posada Real de Chiapas San Cristobal de las Casas

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    Travel Blogs from San Cristobal de las Casas

    Beautiful city and strange cultures. And tequila.

    A travel blog entry by joelsalmon on Jul 10, 2014

    San Cristobal de la Casas We had a very long 6 hour journey through the mountains from Palenque to San Cristobal de la Casas. The distance was actually pretty short but it was so zigzaggy it took forever. You couldn't do much either because reading would make you throw up. So we played a few games including one of my Christmas University Challenge quizzes (every year I do a quiz for my family at Christmas time, which normally ends in tears!). Our Canadian tour leader didn't quite get ...

    Free day

    A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra on Sep 15, 2013

    6 photos

    ... the top of his head treated. The crowd was very happy though. Crazy Mexicans!!! Apparently they cleared the Plaza in Mexico City where we had seen all the teachers camped by telling them to leave within two hours or the federal police would clear them out. They all left so the President was able to ring his bell and have the usual celebration. It was so much fun being here for their national day. It is one big ...

    Yucatan and Chiapas

    A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on Feb 08, 2013

    2 comments, 37 photos

    ... to do so). It took ages to get hold of the right official and then to be told after waiting around for over an hour that we must still pay the $400 and no, we will not stamp the carnet was infuriating . One can pay the bond on a credit card and except for the $48 dollars extra one must pay for the actual document they will credit the $400 back onto one’s card when exiting the country with the car. It’s a daft system and time Mexico took a leaf out of the books of ...

    The Cult of the Feline, and the Tukan

    A travel blog entry by findscore on Dec 07, 2012

    118 photos

    ... Chamula. This town is unique because it is one of the only (maybe THE only) church in Mexico that houses a mix of Catholicism and traditional Mayan religious practices. No cameras were allowed inside the church, so IŽll describe it for you: there are no pews or benches inside, (no organized seating, basically), no religious leader standing in the front--every family is gathered in circles on the floor, which is covered with pine needles and candles ...

    San Cristobal

    A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Dec 24, 2011

    63 photos

    ... of the city. The elaborate Baroque facade was completed in 1721 and is painted in yellow and red with niches that hold statues of various saints. The ones closest to ground level at least seem to be badly weathered or otherwise deliberately vandalised as most of them seem to be missing hands.

    Behind the cathedral is another, smaller and much simpler church dedicated to St Nicolas which was completed in 1621 specifically for use by the indigenous population. Whereas ...