Casa Sacnicte Bed and Breakfast

Address: Calle 62 # 562 Por 69 Y 71, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | B&B
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This B&B, located on Calle 62 # 562 Por 69 Y 71, Merida, is near Chichen Itza Ruins, Uxmal, Zoological Park of Centenario ( Parque Zoologico del Centenario), and Merida English Library.
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        Travel Blogs from Merida

        A Mexican Day

        A travel blog entry by nl.opiola on Jan 28, 2015

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        ... Italian restaurant while walking one day so thought we'd give that a shot. Walked to it and checked the menu but found it rather expensive. There was another one a few blocks more so walked to that one. It's called Faces and full of grey haired Canadians and Americans. It was Happy Hour so what could be more inviting than that. We sat down and ordered up some cervesa and listened to the band. It was 3 Canadian or American retiree's ...

        Bus Day

        A travel blog entry by segacs on Dec 30, 2014

        8 photos

        ... especially, but all over, really, the poverty is highly, disconcertingly apparent. From the women who come to town from the Mayan villages every day, babies in tow, to spend all day selling trinkets, to the children begging for change or food, it's hard to see and it's even harder to turn away from. Of course, there are lots of wealthy people in Mexico, too, and I'd say Mexican tourists outnumber foreigners at most of ...

        Cancun to Merida via Chichén Itzá

        A travel blog entry by kathypender on Nov 22, 2014

        76 photos

        ... court. At 168m in length, this is the largest ballcourt in Mesoamerica. Still in place are the two engraved rings that the ball had to pass through. The losing players would not have escaped with their heads. The games are depicted in carvings on the walls. Our guide left us here and we had some free time so walked down to the Temple of the Warriors for a photo. Set on a small pyramid, this temple is decorated with sculptures of the rain god Chac and the plumed ...

        I love feet

        A travel blog entry by joelsalmon on Jul 03, 2014

        ... like. Our guide gave us a fascinating tour including telling us about their version of football in which the captain of the winning team would be offered as a sacrifice. Some incentive to play! All of the Mayan buildings were intricately thought out- the amount of steps and platforms all referred to important numbers in the calendar and the design was such that come the equinox the sun would create a shadow of a serpent on the temple (a very important god- Kukulkan). I'd ...

        Merida ... Where the Music Plays on!

        A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Feb 15, 2014

        54 photos

        ... elegant boulevard lined with magnificent mansions including Casa Montes Molina, bought in 1915, still owned by the family and kept as a museum of that era, a showcase for European style.

        The town centres on the main plaza, surrounded by the 16th century Catedral de San Ildefonso, the oldest cathedral in the Americas, Palacio Municipal and Casa de Montejo of the same ...