Hotel Casa Lucia
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... and grand colonial architecture replaces the usual Mexican boxes.
Before exploring the city, I set off on Thursday to some more Mayan ruins! I know - I'm nothing if not predictable. This time I went to the (unfairly) less well known site of Uxmal and the smaller Kabah.
Uxmal is fantastic. As you walk into the site, you are immediately confronted with the hulking shape of the Temple of the Magician. The ...
... of the id of the person that signed the letter from the company, a utility bill from the address where you are living and finally the little paper that they give you to keep in your passport when you enter the country.
The fist day they take all your documentation off you and get you registered in the system. They´ll give you another reference number that you have to check online until your status changes to "Come back to th ...
... so a lot of people just go down backwards as the incline is too much.
We have lunch here (not too expensive really) and then stupidly ignore that fact that the bus isn’t due until 3pm and wander back to the highway at 1:30pm and wait. And wait and wait. DUH! So the bus finally arrives at 3:45 pm, and I had finished another book on my kindle… Simon was bored to TEARS but I highly recommend a kindle…! Anyway – on ...
... grenzenlos, wer taucht schon mitten in der Pampa mit fuenf Badenixen auf. ;-)
Die Cenoten, welche meistens irgendwo mitten im Dschungel liegen und von aussen nur durch ein mehr oder we***** grosses Loch im Boden auffallen, werden hier von einer holprigen, alten "Eisenbahn" angefahren. Die Geleise stammen aus der Zeit, wo hier Material fuer bio-zersetzbare Haengematten geerntet wurde, so ca. 1900! Gezogen werden die Waegelchen ...
... are in keeping with the mission theme. We have a large cross over our bed. Hopefully we won't be struck down. We had better be good. Our room opens onto the gorgeous courtyard. You will have to see the pictures. Also opening onto the courtyard is a quiet little restaurant where we had dinner last night after walking around the town a little. The food was good. I had sopa de lima which is a signature dish of the area. It's ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking