Hacienda Inn Aeropuerto
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hacienda Inn Aeropuerto Merida
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... pools and underwater caverns to explore. I am looking forward today because its really warm around Merida and a swim will do me the world of good.
I had no idea what I was in for. As soon as I saw the first rock pool I knew it was going to be a great morning. The water was warm from the sun and as crystal clear as it can get. There are several different pools you can go to and some have underwater caves you ...
... is a special park. You need more knowledges about the Mayas to enjoy it. The man i met explained many things to me. Mathematics and astrologics of the Mayas. My visit in this park was planned to be one hour but i needed two. Transport from Merida 2 hrs and the taxi 30 minutes. So it is a big project to find. Here you need good skills in spannish. You also need two liters water and sun protection and very stabile shoes.
Merida is the capital of the Yucatan peninsula and has a population of around 800,000. It was one of the hardest fighting regions again the Spanish and it took the Spanish over 20yrs to fully conquer it. There have been frequent rebellions & wars before its unification with the Mexican republic. It used to be the mayan city of Tho but none of the Mayan ruins remain and is now a bustling city with an old colonel heart. You can tell there is wealth here ...
... beer selection and a dessert. We shared a cab ride home, the short walk to my house as usual: I walk past the auto service place, look at the taqueria open in the wee hours of the morning, turn the corner, look down in a particular crack by the house with lots of cacti to see ants carrying paper and leaves tirelessly (every night. seriously.), look up to see the bright purple burgambullios (spelling) climbing on the gate leading to my front door. Unlock, upstairs, knock ...
... my house, so yay! When I came home for lunch, that is when Gonzalo and Nenuca brought my mama home from the hospital. (She had a surgery about 25 days ago and started feeling a little off, so she just had to go for a couple days to be on observation. She says she feels better everyday.) It was incredible to see how her children just flocked to her in complete love and reverence, knowing each of their ...