Casa Alvarez Guest House
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Alvarez Guest House Merida
Breakfast wasn't great but everything else was pretty good.
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... and then a refreshing fruit salad. This was capped with a shot of tequila, kaluha and mineral water which requires you to wear a sombrero, have the shot banged on the table three times before you drink and then to have your head pushed from side to side and then banged gently with the blokes fist. All in all not a bad experience. Arrived in Merida at a sensible time and everyone straight into the wifi. Saw the start of possibly the last America's Cup race only to go out to look ...
... he asked us if we wanted to know what we being sold at the next place before, or after, we tried it. You know when that’s said it’s going to be something that most of us will not have considered eating. I opted for afterwards. Probably just as well, the first sample was dark and crunchy and salty – turned out to be deep fried fat offcuts. The second was light coloured, crunchy on the outside and very springy in the middle – think ...
... beach. Only problem was I was stuck down with a dodgy stomach, probably from over-doing the Mexican street food! We arrived at Imperial Laguna by the golf complex, both very tired and sick from about 30 hours of bus and not having a bed for 2 nights! Safe to say we called for an early night and some Imodium excited for ...
... to see what an unexcavated pyramid looks like. As you can see it is a small miracle that archaeologists have managed to reconstruct such piles of rubble, and I have to wonder how accurate the reconstructions can really be.
The plan for Friday was to explore Merida, in particular the important archaeological museum. However I soon discovered that it is closed until late December for some very ...