Hostal Santa Lucia

Address: Calle 55 bet. 512 x 64 y 62, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Calle 55 bet. 512 x 64 y 62, Merida, is near Chichen Itza Ruins, Uxmal, Merida English Library, and Galeria Merida.
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      Merida and cenotes

      A travel blog entry by kathypender on Nov 23, 2014

      3 comments, 72 photos

      Up at 7 this morning. We got dressed then down to the foyer to have some breakfast. There was only fruit and bread, so I had some toast and Dylan some fruit. We went for a walk to oxxo to get some groceries and something for Dylan for breakfast. Back to the hotel and we packed our day bags. Down to the lobby at 9 then we left on our day trip around 9:15. We arrived in Cuzama at 10:30 and Raoul was our guide for the cenotes. Cuzama is located to the south of the State ...


      A travel blog entry by ivoyvonne on Jun 13, 2014

      37 photos

      After San Cristobal we continued to Merida, the first city on the Yucatan Peninsula on our way. We stayed in a really nice hostel right on the Zocalo, the main square of Merida. From our balcony we had a great view over the square and there was always something going on. In fact sometimes a little bit too much, especially at 7am in the morning when the Policia would raise a massive Mexico flag with drums and trumpets lasting about ...


      A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 06, 2014

      43 photos

      ... penetrating through the earths ground into the cave, dangling into the crystal clear turquoise water. It was like we'd entered another universe. Beams of sunlight streamed through small pockets of the ceiling lighting the cave up, giving it a warm almost candle lit feeling. Bats and birds flew in and out of the opening above while we swam around in the pristine water, the whole thing gave me goosebumps and the best part was I felt so alive!! Stalactites hung everywhere ...


      A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Nov 10, 2013

      8 photos

      ... along the large Ria Celestun - brackish water - and the mangroves are flourishing. Although it started raining cats and dogs while we were out there, we got to a cove covered in pink. FLAMINGOS!!! They cluster in these coves because that is where the shrimp are that they so desire. As the boat inches closer, they start honking and you could see their awkward long, movements, bent beaks, pink feathers tipped in black, and their swan-like necks. As we got ...

      Merida, Chichen Itza & Ik Kil

      A travel blog entry by tomrichards on Jul 17, 2013

      30 photos

      ... sort of ball game, which included 8 metre high walls, but this was also fairly re-built. It was nearly 10am when I was finished exploring the ruins, and I caught a short taxi ride to the cenote, Ik Kil. A cenote is essentially a sinkhole, ...