Hotel del Peregrino
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Upon arrival, we quickly go the mini van rented and were off to check into our hostel - The Hotel Peregrino - and headed out for a few refreshments. Much to our dismay, we found out that, due to the voting on Saturday and Sunday, nobody was allowed to sell alcohol all weekend. So we had as much beer as we could before they cut us off.
... students who will be joining me in this exciting experience. I will do one entry for each day I spend in Merida. The trip to Merida, Yucatan Mexico was from 8:40am to 9:00 pm. Traveling from Detroit to Monterrey, Monterrey to Mexico City, and Mexico City to Merida. My group and I are staying at the Hyatt Regency on calle 60.
... if a biosphere reserve. These types of reserves have a "core zone" where little to no human activity can occur and a buffer zone, where humans are allowed to use the resources in a sustainable way and conduct low-impact tourism. In Ria Celestun, this means little to no destruction of the vast mangrove coasts, controlled fishing, and no big development.
When we got out on the water, you could see how pristine it actually is. There are hundreds ...
... then "El Grito with the Governor pronouncing patriotic palabras ("words") from his balacony until the call and response of "...." "Viva!" "..." "Viva!" from a croud in the thousands, then another concert during which we left to be driven home by a sleepy bus driver that seemed very concerned about how his steering wheel was functioning. Oh, Mexico...how I love that you drive 45 mph with the door wide open and people nearly hanging out to step on the street. Tonight, I ...
... from a Mexican city. Crumbling
colonial houses with bright but fading fronts looked out onto dusty roads lined
with rusting VW Beetles and beaten up pick-up trucks. The main square is
fronted by a huge beautiful old church; poignantly built from stones of pulled
down Mayan temples, and then stuffed full of greenery, pigeons and contented
elderly folk…it all felt very stereotypically Mexican. Once we had arrived in
Merida we made our way to the house of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking