Ecotel Quinta Regia

Address: Calle 40 No 160 - A por 27, Valladolid, Yucatan Peninsula, 97780, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle 40 No 160 - A por 27, Valladolid, is near Kukulcan Pyramid, Eco-Arqueological Park Ikil, Ball Courts, and Gran Juego de Pelota.
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      Big chicken and even bigger Chichen (Itza)

      A travel blog entry by themcgee on Jan 29, 2015

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... days, climbing or even touching is not allowed, but its size is quite breathtaking, as is the entire complex which covers over 300 hectares (thats 740 acres in old money). Up until then I had been quite conservative in my photo taking, but Chichen Itza got the full treatment.

      "Smile darling, you're gorgeous, go on, give it just a little bit more. Wonderful!"

      After three hours, the camera battery started to flash which was probably the biggest ...


      A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Jan 26, 2015

      15 photos

      ... For some reason it's a bit off the tourists trail, with most visitors arriving in tour buses for an hour stop over on their way back to Cancun from Chichen Itza. But the town has so much to offer. There's a Mayan chocolate place where you can take a free tour to learn how chocolate is made, followed by a a free tasting of six varieties of chocolate. You can buy chocolate in bulk or sit down for a life changing hot chocolate. A block further ...

      Getting to Know One of the New Seven Wonders

      A travel blog entry by phil_in_nz on Dec 23, 2014

      30 photos

      ... incur any additional costs. We continued on with our trip to a cenote, which was about 30min drive from the restaurant.

      If you don’t know what a cenote is, these are huge holes, usually very deep, that are creating by the sea when it retreats from the land it had occupied. We got to the cenote and got free entrance with our bracelets. That’s another thing the Mexicans are very fond of. Stupid little plastic bracelets that cannot be torn. For every party, ...

      Itchy Chicken

      A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Dec 17, 2014

      26 photos

      ... a 'moving tail' behind them- pretty cool eh? Apparently the moons' shadow at 3am also casts similar shadows. The Mayan calendar was quite advanced for its time, containing 365 days (18 months of 20 days each) whilst the current Gregorian calendar has 365.2422 days recognising a leap day every 4th year. The Great Ball Court was also interesting- an area that we perceived to be the Mayan version of a Colosseum. Archaeologists believe that two teams ...

      I Don't Care if it is Cheaper than Kmart

      A travel blog entry by debnkev on Nov 08, 2014

      7 photos

      ... I am certain that during the Classic period every Maya had a cheap plastic pyramid replica in their hut or a carved wooden jaguar head that makes jaguar calls. After the drive in, I understand clearly the amount of poverty in the region and that they are simply trying to make money, but there are plenty of areas away from the ruins that they could sell their goods while still preserving the atmosphere of such an important site.


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