Hacienda Inn Aeropuerto
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Merida
... unusual oval shape sets the scene for a magnificent archeological experience. Next is the Cuadrangulo de las Monjas (Nuns' Quadrangle). This is an odd name since it is unlikely that the Mayans had nuns. The archeologists named it thus as it reminded them of a nuns cloister. The are four magnificent buildings around the quadrangle, each with very stylistic mozaics. It was probably used as a school or for military training. Next was the ...
... It was a perfect pool day........not blistering hot and a light breeze. Baked for a little and then cooled in the pool. Nobody else was at the pool so David cranked the music and Ellen and I perfected our syncronized swimming routine. A little more baking and then David lead us in an aquafit session!
Got a skype call from Jim, Nance and my Dad but that was nothing but frustrating! Their frozen faces had smiles so figure all ...
... dumpling stuffed with hard boiled eggs and pumpkin seed paste. Chris also engaged one of the trovadores to serenade me which was very romantic and he sang a song about Merida.
One day we took a trip out to ruins at Mayapan and Acanceh. It was a bit of a challenge finding the right road out of Merida, but eventually we were on our way after we stopped and asked ...
... at Spanish would be understood. I think our culinary teacher was a student of culture and food - she appeared to be some sort of bread expert. Unfortunately it started to rain (the centre of the school is a sort of courtyard exposed to the elements) and this was the prompt for everyone to leave. I bid everyone goodbye until Monday and stayed a little longer to chat a bit more with the cookery teacher and help with the washing up!
... And the second cenote? We had to ride "tuks," which are carts connected to a makeshift railroad and pulled by mules, for about 20 minutes into the jungle and to the entrance of this amazing cenote. After a treacherous climb into it, we were greatly rewarded with crystal clear water and plenty of jumping off spots. I'm SO PUMPED that I decided to go with them! Check out the pics.
In other words, I have stopped shaving my legs.