Casa Lecanda Boutique Hotel

Address: Calle 47 #471 X 54 Y 56, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle 47 #471 X 54 Y 56, Merida, is near Chichen Itza Ruins, Progreso, Spanish School ECORA, and The Spa at Hacienda Xcanatún.
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          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Lecanda Boutique Hotel Merida

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          Travel Blogs from Merida

          Ups and downs: Volunteering and Hospital

          A travel blog entry by melodyandbrad on Nov 18, 2013

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          ... on Thursday and couldn't cancel. So with being quite sick and tired I taught an English lesson with Brad.

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          A foreigner

          A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Sep 23, 2013

          While the hurricanes and its stormy aftermaths rock through about 16 states of Mexico, people in the world are drinking coffee picked from a small coffee plantation village. The storms completely destroyed over half of this village, and maybe the man or young woman who picks the coffee beans you brew every so often is now buried under what seems to be miles of dirt, fallen infrastructure, mess. How much of your coffee comes from a village now destroyed, such as ...

          Week Seven

          A travel blog entry by sian_and_jim on Aug 19, 2013

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          ... worth the travel time. The Agua Azul waterfalls reminded us of the Iguazu Falls (the smaller ones at Iguazu anyway!). Following this we caught the overnight bus to Merida, about nine hours north in the Yucatan Region. The bus was (surprisingly) manageable and we may even attempt to get more night buses in the future! Our hostel in Merida (Nomadas) has been brilliant, primarily because we splurged on a private room and there was a beautiful pool to lounge by. The last few ...

          Conquistadors, Color, and Cooking

          A travel blog entry by katdiana on Feb 26, 2013

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          ... Conquistadors. Yet somehow it seems everyone is at peace with that violent history. Almost everyone in the area is part Spanish and part Mayan, and without that blend the beauty that is current Merida would never have existed. That is best exemplified by the Cathedral de San Ildefonso on the main square - the oldest cathedral on the North American continent. It was built using the stones of the pyramids that ...

          Lost Cities

          A travel blog entry by kryten4b on Dec 21, 2012

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          ... have to stop every time when a carriage arrives from the opposite side. The horse "man" lifts the carriage off the tracks to let the other carriage pass (the rule being the one going towards the Cenotes gets to stay on the track).

          The Yucatán Peninsula was impacted by a massive asteroid that hit near the Chicxulub village; this ancient impact crater is simply huge at 105 miles in diameter. The impact happened roughly ...