Hotel Merida Santiago
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... show us some of the main sites of this beautiful city. Founded in 1542, Merida still retains much of its old-world charm with a well-preserved Old Town, wonderful museums and city streets alive with art and culture. We walked through the Plaza Grande, with the twin-towered 16th century Cathedral on one side and City Hall, State Government Palace and Casa Mantejo on the others. There was a lot of activity in the plaza, a guy playing funny shaped didgeridoos, dancing ...
... of more developed areas again. In the main square is the oldest cathedral on the American continent. There is also a new museum which is very modern including touch screens with three languages maya, Spanish and English. There are shopping centres here. Big malls and whilst in the 16th Century Merida was the most important city in Southern Mexico - today it is a big cosmopolitan city where big companies have invested huge amounts of funds into the ...
... dumpling stuffed with hard boiled eggs and pumpkin seed paste. Chris also engaged one of the trovadores to serenade me which was very romantic and he sang a song about Merida.
One day we took a trip out to ruins at Mayapan and Acanceh. It was a bit of a challenge finding the right road out of Merida, but eventually we were on our way after we stopped and asked ...
... conducting them entirely in Spanish! I already feel that I've picked a good school for me; it's relaxed, informal and very welcoming. Rachel, who is a French teacher and organiser at the school, invited me to a cooking class tomorrow at 1pm where we will make guacamole amongst other things. She also explained that students are welcome to be in the school at any time during opening hours so I stuck around after class to do my ...
We left town via the blue marker, marking the spot where the first mass in the America's was given by the Franciscans. A light drizzle so we took note through the window. On the road to Uxmal (ooshmal). This is in the Yucatan Province and we are getting close to Cancun and Cuba. The roads here are varied in quality and there are an amazing number of toll roads. Lots of construction and repair going on too. Sometimes it is a very bumpy ride. Uxmal is another great Mayan ruin. A ...