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Travel Blogs from Merida
... to to go ... only to discover we had a long way to go as the match in question was in Merida, Spain! Fortunately CF Merida were also playing, somewhat closer to home, so we made their match against Necaxa. Our ticket was 70 pesos - £3.50 for both of us and the beer was only £1! I'm no fan, but the whole experience was fun, seeing the team mascot - a deer, the cheerleaders, fireworks, ...
... in about 10 seconds. If you didn't, like many of the students who weren't carrying anything on them, you got a lecture and an explanation of what could have happened.
The officers explained that by law, they could have taken those without their visas on them to an institution in Merida where they would have to remain until someone - a friend or family member, ...
... t find any restaurants in the shopping complex or area surrounding it just down the road from our hotel, so we jumped in a cab and asked him to take us to the restaurant area. We ended up in a restaurant street not too far from where we were out the front of a La Parrilla, the restaurant we really enjoyed a good night at in Merida. We went in and had dinner there. We only had a few beers, Bobbie had the chicken Cesar again which was made at the table side and I even got a plate of ...
... times). However it really was a great time, and an impressive
natural facet of the region.
Our other daytrip was to the ancient wonder of the world,
Chitchen Itza. Despite all the fairly expensive transport and entrance fees, we
all gritted our teeth and shelled out the cash, to be met with a pleasantly
awesome day out. After a 2 hour bus journey we hopped off the bus and into the
site, and the first thing we saw was the gigantic monolith of El ...
... the world.
Since the tour did not start until 1000, we went back to the zocalo with Fabian, entering the Governor's Palace again. I really did not spend much time on the second floor last night. There was one room reminiscent of Versailles. Its murals were informative on the history of the Mayans with the Spanish. It is probably the best single room toured on the trip.
Walked to the Santa Lucia area for our trolley ride 90MP. The guide was asking ...