Hotel del Peregrino
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... only visitor. My final stop was a new arcade that accesses the Museum of Contemporary Art. In true Montejo style, the was built by the government by demolishing the very last remnant of Mayan architecture in Merida. Francisco, your philosophy has passed down the generations to the modern age. Well done. At 8, most of us were sitting in the Plaza Grande watching a demonstration of Pelota, as we understand it. It is a tough game. The ball can ...
Stopped in the Happy Day cantina for a cool one and left to walk around the corner to another cantina!!! Two more cool ones and figured we'd better pick up some groceries, nobody was going to cook so picked up that delicious smelling chicken we'd seen earlier, hopped the bus and home.
Ellen and I picked up a few things to make a healthier choice pina colada. We blended up fresh ...
... and Coco. I had a poblano chile stuffed with ground beef, apple, pear and plantain covered with a cream and walnut sauce, and Chris had tortillas stuffed with cheese and covered with delicious mole - the best we'd tasted. Unfortunately we dug in before remembering a photo, so you will just have to visit!
Time to move on again, back to the seaside ... Celestun here we ...
... up since the end of Spring semester. Yolo.
In every picture taken of me that night, I am smiling brightly, my face brilliant with sweat underneath a flash and glowing red from the rays of Mexico.
(Side note: I am writing this at 1:30 AM because this afternoon, I had my first coffee in like 2 1/2 weeks. Proud? Indeed. Productive? Oh my gosh, yes.)
... ruins. The site is very interesting, located in a jungle setting with some of the best relief carvings and detail on the monuments that we have seen so far. They estimate that only 10% of the site has been excavated with the vast majority of the ruins still covered with growth. Despite our best hopes (and very good luck up until this point) we were reminded that in parts of Central America this is considered the rainy season and an afternoon downpour rushed us through the ...