TripAdvisor Reviews Felix Inn Chichén Itzá
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... sacrifices and offerings. Now it's a murky green hole surrounded by iguanas. We thoroughly enjoyed an ice lolly here, as it had started to get very hot and busy by this time.
We walked to the Temple de los Guerreros (Temple of Warriors) and took in the temple and the hundreds of posts surrounding it, called the Group of a Thousand Columns. These were carved with depictions of warriors, and they just kept going. We took ...
... about this hotel to dialaflight as it really hasn't been what we were described and it has ruined the holiday a bit. We went back to our room and got dressed up before going to the Asian restaurant for dinner. I had a bad tummy ache this evening so I ordered Thai chicken and rice which was nice enough but the chicken was all thigh meat. Billy's seafood noodles were fabulous though. We ate up and headed straight to bed, it's been a long ...
... itself. Whilst it is photogenic, 7th wonder of the modern-old world it is not. Tikal all around is a lot more impressive, with higher pyramids too. And that's not even starting on the place with the biggest pyramid in the world which Robin hiked to. The place wasn't as busy as I thought, but hawkers were in every bit of shade, constantly offering their "almost free" products. Like that famous sign outside the pub: "Free beer. Starts tomorrow."
... known as the snail), Tzompantli (Temple of Skulls, where heads of the sacrificed were displayed for the gods), Osario, Platform of Venus and the Nunnery.
The ball court has two 27-foot-high walls running its 480-foot length has a small stone ring near the top, through which a hard rubber ball had to be shot.
The Maya name "Chichen Itza" means "At the mouth of ...
... photo), they had already closed. And so I had no choice but to eat some dinner, to look for a place to sleep and wait for the next day. My sleeping place and the car (a very small one) were completely unsuitable for sleeping and so I was glad when it was finally time to get up.
I arrived a few minutes after they had opened the ruins for visitors and by that time there was a cue in front of the entrance already (in the afternoon it must be terribly crowded here so at ...
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