Posada Santiago Guesthouse

Address: Calle 57, No. 552, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle 57, No. 552, Merida.
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    Travel Blogs from Merida

    Last day exploring

    A travel blog entry by kaneryan on Sep 02, 2014

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    ... I have seen several temples Ruta Puuc is still something you can't witness anywhere else in the world. I would definitely take a school here just for the view. Ruta Puus is more than just a view though it is the remnants of an Ancient Mayan culture and has a lot of history surrounding the area. There are many temples spread out through Mexico and South America for that matter but the temples at Ruta Puuc cut into the sky ...

    Tequila, it makes me happy - sort of.

    A travel blog entry by philandmups on Jul 31, 2014

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    ... I can just about handle that at my wedding but maybe not so much with the cast of Cocoon. So we slipped away to grab a table around the edge of the dancing for a rehydrating beer and some of the local cochinita pibil. This area of Mexico isn't just famous for Mayan ruins, but also cenotes. These are naturally formed sinkholes that can often be 40 or 50 metres deep and can be found all across the peninsular. We went on a tour to visit a couple of these and some of ...

    T R I P ~ I T I N E R A R Y

    A travel blog entry by jjndotr on Apr 26, 2014

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    Colonial Merida & Montezuma's revenge

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Mar 14, 2014

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    ... 8217;t linger long. Zoe’s Spanish is coming along really well and she can get by in almost all circumstances and there really isn’t much English. Mine is getting better but is still very basic and slow. I can understand a bit more now but I often get lazy and let Zoe run with it. Next we head to the world famous Chichen Itza (I keep calling it Chicken) Mayan ruins before heading off to Tulum on the coast our last stop before heading into ...

    A Visit to Old Mesilla

    A travel blog entry by rmwright on Oct 15, 2013

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    ... 1854, the village, being closer to the fort than either Las Cruces or Dona Ana, became the supply center for the garrisoned troops, providing entertainment, food, hay and building materials. The Mexican inhabitants of Mesilla also provided the knowledge needed to build a fort of adobe. The colony of Mesilla flourished. It was a major stop on the crossroads of the Chihuahua Trail, and now the fort demanded items Easterners were accustomed ...