El Meson del Marques
Travel Blogs from Valladolid
... and cycled out to cenote number two on our list, passing a couple of squished snakes on the road that would have been pretty scary if alive.
The first cenote of the day was probably our favourite of all the ones we visited, though all were great in different ways. This one was in the grounds of an old hacienda and one of the things that made it more fun was that they had to open it up especially for us. We went down a long flight of concrete stairs ...
... these friendly benches :-) I decided to treat myself to lunch in a fancy restaurant and had enchiladas, filled with cottage cheese and covered in mole, a typical sauce which includes both chile and cocoa! During the rest of my brief visit to Valladolid on the way to Tulum, I visited my second cenote, which has the same name as the Mayan name ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking