El Jardin Bed and Breakfast

Address: Calle 70 n. 509 por 61 y 63, Centro, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Calle 70 n. 509 por 61 y 63, Centro, Merida, is near Chichen Itza Ruins, Spanish School ECORA, Galeria Merida, and The Spa at Hacienda Xcanatún.
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      Merida

      A travel blog entry by brodieandalana on Mar 07, 2015

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      Merida is a city in the state of Yucatan and was about a 1.5 hour bus ride from Valladolid. The city is regarded as the capital of the southern region and is the largest city. We weren't sure what to expect of Merida but we were a little surprised. The city itself is a little grubby looking, but similar to Valladolid the old crumbling buildings and …

      Parks, plazas and palacios

      A travel blog entry by themcgee on Jan 31, 2015

      21 photos

      As tends to happen when you embark upon this type of trip, you pick up little bits of info as you go along. One of the things I learned was that there is a great Yucatec-Mayan settlement just north of Valladolid called Ek Balam. However it would take a taxi or collectivo to get to, as it is a little off the main tourist route. Apparently you can …

      Cancun to Merida via Chichén Itzá

      A travel blog entry by kathypender on Nov 22, 2014

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      ... 769;n Itzá supported over 35,000 people. In 2007 it was voted one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. First we went to look at El Castillo. Built on top of an older structure, this 24m high pyramid was dedicated to Kukulcan, the Maya representation of the god Quetzalcoatl. Its height and striking geometric design dominate the whole site. The pyramid houses a huge staircase to a crypt that is guarded by a jaguar statue. The crypt houses a throne in the shape ...

      I love feet

      A travel blog entry by joelsalmon on Jul 03, 2014

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      The next day was a free day but all of us elected to go on the optional excision to the cenotes- natural sinkholes filled with beautifully clear freshwater you could swim in. We took a minivan there but to get to the cenotes we had to go on these horse-driven train carriages, kind of a mixture of a rickshaw and a train. Highly bizarre and very rickety! We went to three- the first was a bit of a let down, was little more than a puddle. But the water was lovely. The ...

      Merida ... Where the Music Plays on!

      A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Feb 15, 2014

      54 photos

      ... room overlooking the pool. There was a noisy flock of Canada geese that gathered around happy hour, but we met a couple of very nice Americans.



      There is music every day of the week! Over the weekend, the centre is closed to traffic and people browse through handicraft stalls and shops, stop for drinks and listen to music from all over Mexico, playing till late. ...