TripAdvisor Reviews Felix Inn Chichén Itzá
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... schedules, and are a lot less open in general, that I probably would only be given a few minutes of someone's time, if at all. In Piste, sometimes my conversations were brief, maybe 15 minutes, but other times they lasted up to 2.5 hours.
Every day I was meeting new people and creating deeper connections with those I had previously met. My initial hinderance to doing research was getting past my own ideas of personal space and boundaries. ...
... using all the original stones. It's such a phenomenal building that any description I give it won't do it justice, but I shall try to remember some of the best bits. Firstly, it has an incredible amplification effect, so if you clap from the ground the temple makes a really loud 'boing' noise back at you. It was done so that priests could stand at the top of the temple and preach or give huge public announcements while being heard from the ground without being seen by ...
... zooming along in a fast boat on a lake, or camping up a volcano). We went back to the hotel, discovered the leaking roof, did nothing about it, and finished our Ł1.20 box wine.
We chose to go to Valladolid as a jumping off point for Chichen Itza. Chichen Itza is a set of Mayan ruins with temples and carvings, and it said to be one of the 'new seven wonders of the world'. We love a good ruin, so were looking forward to going to ...
... was about 3 hours and we stopped 40 minutes before to have lunch. At one point the driver missed his turning and reversed the bus down the duel carriageway! This place reminded me of the places the busses would stop at: huge open structures with toilets and markets with plenty of opportunities to get ripped off. We wandered round the tat and saw thousands of overpriced objects which would probably break as soon as you got them ...
... one knee on the thin ropes that sectioned off parts of the cenote to prevent damage to the tree roots. Suffice to say that this was not easy but I felt I put in a good effort!
Valladolid was a quaint little mainland Mexican town, with pastel coloured buildings and a beautiful church. It has an easy going feel to the place and apparently has a nice Monastery! But for me, it will always be the place I asked Bex to marry me and it will always remain a special place in my head and my ...
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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!
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