Holiday Inn Merida

Address: Avenida Colon 498 Entre Paseo Montejo Y Calle 60, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Avenida Colon 498 Entre Paseo Montejo Y Calle 60, Merida, is near Chichen Itza Ruins, Spanish School ECORA, Galeria Merida, and The Spa at Hacienda Xcanatún.
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Travel Blogs from Merida

La Ciudad Blanca

A travel blog entry by charlaisy on Dec 17, 2014

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... were impressed by the Codz Poop and crazy wall decorations. Uxmal has to be our favourite of all ruins so far though. Walking through the trees near the entrance, you're suddenly confronted with a ginormous pyramid. We spent a couple of hours walking round buildings with incredibly ornate decorations and thousands of Chacs! The next day we were to fully start our travelling experience with a 19 hour bus journey. But more on that later... ...

The first day out

A travel blog entry by kaneryan on Aug 31, 2014

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... The students would enjoy the outdoor activity and have a good time using up a bit of energy. Another advantage is the fact that the caverns cover a very large area and the group can break up with plenty of different places to go. Even though it is a big area it would be hard to get lost due to the footpath around the entire area and the signs directing people back to bus bays.

I took some food for myself in my backpack that I picked up when ...


A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 06, 2014

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... Spanish invading, conquering & squashing the Mayan people, it's quite extraordinary that this building has never been defaced or torn down instead it's an important building, one of most notable in town, yet so controversial. As I stared up at the carved figures all over the building I said to Stuie, it's really a seriously old building that says a big "f%#k you, take that" to the Mayan people. He laughed and completely agreed! Today we left Merida for the day, we were off ...

Last day at the worksite

A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Nov 22, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... scintillate) words, and tried to explain southern accents while Eduardo laughed at us. Then sure enough, Eduardo's sister and brother-in-law go zooming by on their motorcycle, and his teenage nephew ends up waiting for the bus with us and we say goodbye to him as he gets off near our houses to go to school (school hours are very short and go in chunks throughout the day with rotations of kids to accommodate all of the students) closer to Merida.

Cenote or sinkhole swimming

A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra on Sep 19, 2013

13 photos

... in a flash. A vertical ladder with slippery steps made for a giant, dropped down 5 metres and then there was a metal ladder which went down another 6m into a pool that was quite small. Glad James went down first and gave it a marginal call. I stayed at the top very happily with the camera at the ready. Our last one after a very long train ride was stunning and really set up for tourists. Concrete steps into the water. ...