Casa Lecanda Boutique Hotel

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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    Travel Blogs from Merida

    Last day at the worksite

    A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Nov 22, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... scintillate) words, and tried to explain southern accents while Eduardo laughed at us. Then sure enough, Eduardo's sister and brother-in-law go zooming by on their motorcycle, and his teenage nephew ends up waiting for the bus with us and we say goodbye to him as he gets off near our houses to go to school (school hours are very short and go in chunks throughout the day with rotations of kids to accommodate all of the students) closer to Merida.

    First day of school...

    A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Sep 17, 2013

    ... with a profesor/wildlife management biologist from Merida. Never have I had a night class, so by the time that was over at 7 PM and I walked the 20 min back to my house, I was exhausted. I walked into a living room with stuffed couches. 8 people, 2 I knew. With a fried brain, I said my "mucho gusto" to mama's nephews and neices, warmed up a quick dinner and headed to mi cuarto. Homework time. PEACE & ...

    Ruins Anxiety

    A travel blog entry by katywade on Jan 06, 2013

    1 comment

    ... I should be very impressed. I walked around and piggybacked on some tour groups lectures, trying not to make it obvious that I was listening in. I learned some cool things.

    Yet I found it hard to get lost in the wonder of it all because clogging the paths between every ruin were rows of vendors hawking souvenirs for the tourists. Table after table after table of the same stupid ****. There were requisite carved jaguars and necklaces with stone ...

    Lost Cities

    A travel blog entry by kryten4b on Dec 21, 2012

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... Mayan Vase arts in clay garnered from Palenque, Tabasco and the Yucatan. Patricia is recognized by the Mexican government to recreate Mayan artifacts, her refined elaborately detailed vase art pieces can be found at De Young Arts Museum in San Francisco, New York Metropolitan museum, Museum of Arts and Museum d’Orsay in France and others museums around the world.

    Day Eight: Machete time

    Today ...

    Introduction to the Mayans

    A travel blog entry by christie101 on Sep 18, 2012

    29 photos

    ... a dense forest. The next ruin we come across is a great example of a Mayan Ball Court and then further on is the Great Pyramid. Unfortunately for me you can still climb the 32 meter high structure and so that’s just what we did! Although scary it does give you some amazing views over all the ruins of Uxmal and was definitely worth the slightly shaky climb back down.

    We spent the remainder of the morning walking around the rest of the ruins, sweating in ...