Hotel Mallorca

Address: Carretera Palenque - Pakal Na #5, Palenque, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 29960, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Carretera Palenque - Pakal Na #5, Palenque, is near Cascadas de Agua Azul and National Park of Palenque.
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Travel Blogs from Palenque

Palenque - Indy's jungle adventure

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on May 28, 2014

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... you're planning on travelling via ADO in Mexico – check your bus stub. We spend a couple of hours trying to find accommodation for Palanque. We decide on a place in El Panchan but since this place is in a jungle they are not contactable so we’ll have to wing it tomorrow.

Around 4pm we decide to go for a photo walk around colonial Merida. We see a home made ice cream place and are enticed to buy a couple of fruit helados to cool off. They are massive ...

Mayan Ruins of Palenque

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Apr 03, 2014

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... the temples, containing the tomb of the 'Red Queen', was open for viewing but like the pyramids of Egypt, was overbearingly hot and humid.

Once we had seen all the ruins,we walked down a path through the jungle, past a couple of waterfalls towards the exit and the museum. The surrounding jungle was supposed to still be home to howler monkeys, toucans and ocelots but we didn't hear or see any of them. The museum was actually quite good, not too ...


A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 03, 2014

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... burst out laughing but out of respect of cause I didn't. A bow an arrow, yes just what I need on my shoulder to visit the ruins. We entered the site and the morning mist kissed the ruins giving them an eerie but beautiful majestic feeling. The Palenque ruins date back to 226 BC to around 799 AD. After its decline, it was absorbed into the jungle, which is made up of cedar, mahogany, and sapodilla trees, but now teams work everyday to continue to excavate and restore ...

Palenque ruins

A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Dec 02, 2013

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... using the Palace complex as the back drop. Siting under shade of a tree in the cool breeze watching them set up certainly help passed the 2 hour free time one had.

My i phone pano photos still to be added. These will give a better scale of the site.



A travel blog entry by frawldog on Nov 20, 2013

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... are shut down at this time. You can actually walk on a lot of the sights. Only a few of them are shut down. There are some temples that are accessible to walk on, but not walk inside once you get to the top. The steps that go inside the temple are blocked off UNLESS you pay someone to let you inside who works there. They will gladly accept bribes. I did not do this, but I saw others doing it. The most famous site in this complex was the Temple ...