El Meson del Marques
Travel Blogs from Valladolid
Dernière étape avant la plage de sable fin et les eaux turquoises de Tulùm. Muriel aura gagné son pari. C'est bien à Tulúm que notre séjour mexicain prendra fin.
Valladolid est une petite ville qui pour l'instant, reste relativement confidentielle pour les touristes. Elle n'est qu'à 2 heures de Cancún et les gens préfèrent sans doute y …
... with Spanish colonialism. The architecture of this town is another glimpse into the past, and of course the Maya ruins were the highlight.
I took a share-taxi to the site of Ek Balam, where I climbed up to the top of the ruin to gaze out at the flat Yucatan horizon, green and lush as far as I could see. A fascinating flat limestone geography - and then there are the cenotes.
I visited a cenote about 4km outside of Valladolid by bicycle - a short ...
... they make it on site and it takes 30mins depending on how long the name is. I got it in the 92.5 Mexican silver and 18k Mayan gold. Afterwards there was a buffet lunch followed by our final destination - Chichen itza!!! Woohoo!!!! We got there and it was sooo packed! But luckily it wasn't a long wait and before we knew it we were there! It was absolutely amazing there but after 5 mins it started pouring down! I was so drenched hahah luckily we ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking