Travel Blogs from Chichén Itzá
... Jaime and I got a couple of cool souvenirs.
After Chichen Itza, Flavio took us to a Cenote - a freshwater underground sink hole. We got to go swimming and jump in. It was unbelievably gorgeous. There was a ledge you could jump off of and Jaime, Jon and I opted to do just that as opposed to going in slowly. ;)
We dried off, changed, ate at a Mexican food buffet then made our way to the 'tequilla' distillery.
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... convenience store) and grab some helados to cool off. The room is set up for us and we are happy that it is a big room with 2 big beds and aircon. More importantly, today we get a door in the bathroom. We spend the afternoon doing some travel planning on how we will get to our next stop and where we will stay.
Dinner time rolls around and we take a walk further down town. There is a really nice square at the start of Piste. We try Yucatan food tonight. I ...
... buildings, all leading to the main square - with it's large, old church - the Church of San Bernadino. We didn't stay long, but just enough time to wander (thankfully alone and not in a group!) around a few streets and try some of the local alcohol - made from honey! Tastes rather like sambuca, but you can taste the honey! Half an hour later, we stopped of at a cenote - Ik Kil. This one feels like it was just built for tour groups - and felt rather fake. The water wasn't ...
... toy, Mayan people line up in outfits for photos, the walkways lined with stalls, everywhere........ Each walkway had stalls on both sides, "amigo, nearly free for you, one dollar" everywhere you went the stalls were there. Really amazing pyramids and it was so hot . Good to see but the amount of stalls was ridiculous. Staying in an amazing casa tonight, it is huge, colonial town of Valladolid, first thing we did on arrival jump into the pool to cool down. next stop tulum for 3 ...
... It would appear to have been a procession on kindergarten kids with some dressed as monkeys and others as elves and flowers. We still have no idea what it was for but it caused chaos with the traffic as it slowly wound it's way toward the main plaza.
Lonely Planet had suggested eating at Conato 1910, once a meeting place for 20th century revolutionaries. It was down a narrow, badly lit street with buildings desperately in need of ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Felix Inn Chichén Itzá
Other places to stay in Chichén Itzá
In the heart of the archaeological park of Chichen Itza, Chichén Itzá | 3 star hotelfrom $107
- Good location and food, rooms need work.
- Beautiful place!
Main Street Piste, Chichén Itzá | 1 star hotelfrom $62
In the hearth of the archaeological park of Chichen Itza, Chichén Itzá | 3 star hotelfrom $199
Km 120 Carretera Merida-Puerto Juarez, Chichén Itzá | 3 star hotelfrom $129
- Amazing Hacienda Chichen!!!
- It was a lovely place
Km. 122 Carretera Merida - Pto Juarez., Chichén Itzá | 4 star hotelfrom $83