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Calle Chitchen Itza, Mz24, Lt 01, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, 77780, Mexico | B&B
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A travel blog entry by mcdermk7


... from the beach. The bike ride down was pretty flat and the sun was shining so we were happy out.

Cenotes, pronounced say-note-tay, are lime stone sink holes that are naturally formed in the area of Tulum, the Yucatan and other small cities throughout the Yucatan Peninsula. Many of the Mayan villages had a cenote as their city center as they are a natural well, place of worship and meeting place. We swam and snorkeled (once Michele was given a quick ...

Mayan ruins in Coba & Tulum

A travel blog entry by johandahlberg


Today we went on our first historical excursion: a bus trip to Coba and Tulum. Coba features several traditional Mayan temples in the jungle - like the ones you see in travel photos - including the tallest one in this part of Mexico. Tulum is a seaside area with smaller but equally impressive structures. That area was used as a commercial port. Imagine when the Mayans saw the Spanish ...

Day 23: Rest Day

A travel blog entry by holliem

... came riding up on his bike to say Victor was sick so we can't do the tour. So what now I thought, I had a full day planned and now my morning had fallen through. I headed back inside and set myself up to write some more blogs while I waited for breakfast. Holly came down all set to head off to Belize, she was like oh you should just come with me now. Which was so tempting but I was still hoping to do the Cenote snorkeling tomorrow morning. I wish now I had left ...

To Tulum and beyond

A travel blog entry by dwet10


... have settled here) shops for Dee and we find ourselves in a side street Tapas bar with the Catalan owner with the German super cup game on a little tv. Perfect afternoon with Negra Modelo (my new fave beer) and Dee and a yampy dog chasing people on a bike. Quite a gifted dog i'd say.
A short siesta later and we didn't get past our local tapas bar, so its Tapas and sangria for dinner.

Day 6?

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A Ruin With A View

A travel blog entry by jameshardy88


... free breakfast. Rather than heading straight for the beach however I went further down the coast to the Tulum ruins. I had been told not to expect too much architecturally, but I had to admit I was expecting it to be a bit quieter. Despite getting there pretty early in the morning the place was totally packed out. Easily the most crowded ruins I have been to by a long way. This was a real shock to me as Tulum has a ...

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This B&B, located on Calle Chitchen Itza, Mz24, Lt 01, Tulum, is near Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Mexi-Divers, Cenote Crystal, and Avenida Tulum.
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