Casa Alvarez Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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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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... pool, as well as the dozens and dozens of black catfish. If I had to choose which one to visit again, Chichen Itza or Ik Kil, I'd choose the cenote every single time. It was such a relaxing and beautiful place to be. As I climbed the stairs to ...
... vendors today for Valentine's Day.
Went to the Santiago area where Yanks and Canucks are retiring to, refurbishing buildings. Next was the south end to San Sebastian, the poor end of town. The San Juan area is entered under the arch of an owl, a bird feared by the Mayans, a way for the Spaniards to keep them out.
We ended back in Santa Lucia, the group walking toward the north market. A chap was asked about food options and he gave one near to the ...
... any one time, so there were regularly a game of chicken as to who would get out of the way. Whoever had most behind him won, and those in the opposire direction would disembark, lift up the carriage to the side of the road, and allow the others past. This was the way we travelled between the 3 cenotes.
By wooden ladder
These cenotes were not custom built for human use, so ladders and platforms have made them accessible. No accidents ...
... our own, he kept saying 'you will never see the whole place in one day as it’s just too large’ – we tried our best anyway despite the heat!
The main building that is the most well-known is the Temple of Kukulkan (usually referred to as El Castillo, the ‘castle’). Standing at about 30 meters high, it towers over most of the other buildings and is stunning to look at. At the base of one of the staircases there are statues of serpent ...