Casa Alvarez Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Alvarez Guest House Merida
Breakfast wasn't great but everything else was pretty good.
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... and friendly place to stay. Santiago and Christine are excellent hosts, and they make your stay very pleasant. There are only two reputable restaurants where one can go for lunch and dinner, one of which is the Pickled Onion and the other being El Chac-Mool. We ate at both these places since we spent five nights in St Elena. We also got some special treatment with Santiago making us some “Mayan” food couple of ...
... the campsite.
The campsite was amazing, right next to another Cenote which was so deep we couldn't see it as the sun was starting to go down. There was a grass area where we set up our tents, around 15 of them, outdoor eating area next to the kitchen, and an alberca, which is the Mexican name for a swimming pool! Dinner was served and marked the start of a weekend full of panuchos, salbutes and empaņadas. The very thing that gave me Revancha. ...
... really hot so went for lunch at Mr Banderas's then back to the hotel for a sit round the pool and a cool swim. The clouds started to gather so I decided to come in then found the Chelsea v Bayern Munich game was on so Paul was soon back to watch. Glad they won.
Tonight will be another quiet one, out again tomorrow at 9am to go to Celestun a nature reserve for a change. Will have to get some packing ...
... as an official guide for the museum. He said that he would be happy to take us on tour and explain the exhibits for only 150 pesos. We begged off saying that we first needed to have lunch and would visit the museum later in the day, no problem, he would meet us back in this spot at 2:30. He recommended a local restaurant a few blocks off the main drag and we did eventually find it. It was most definitely local, we were ...