Hotel Casa Lucia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Catherwood. In a way, Frederick Catherwood and John Lloyd Stephens are the reason we are in the Yucatan. Starting in 1839 they discovered many overgrown Mayan ruins and brought them to public attention in "Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan", a travel diary of the trip written by Stephens, illustrated with Catherwood's lithographs. Their style is ...
... and platforms with young post-Paleozoic limestones that have little soil development.
Cenotes are surface connections to subterranean water bodies. While the best-known cenotes are large open water pools measuring tens of meters in diameter, such as those at Chichén ...
What a great way to celebrate 'Halloween.' Today and tonight was saturated with Mexican as well as specifically Yucatecan culture. We walked around the main plaza downtown to see altars and tables for Day of the Dead from different pueblos all over Merida and from nearby towns. At night, we met with the whole group to go to Paseo de animas where we saw more altars (this time with the deceased family ...
... like accomplished world travelers to step onto our ADO bus which will take us 4 hours to a hotel "near everything" in Merida, Yucatan. I sleep the majority of the ride, sometimes interrupted by spouts of Spanish-overdubbed Disney movies. We get off the bus at Fiesta Americana at 10 PM, the bus drivers don't know where our hotel is, and we are stuck roaming a block with all of our luggage. Feeling so American. Eventually, we take a taxi to our hotel - a distance ...
... already on the field he tracked down the ball, or anyway a ball, and touched second. The Cubs appealed the Giants "win," the appeal was upheld, the game was resumed at a later date, and the Cubs won the pennant.
Technically of course this was the correct decision, yet it seems inhumane. One suspects that the reason for the rule in the first place was to arbitrarily avoid a situation that would otherwise be impossible to call, because ...