Hotel Colonial

Address: 476 Calle 62 , Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 476 Calle 62 , Merida, is near Chichen Itza Ruins, Uxmal, Merida English Library, and Galeria Merida.
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Merida


      A travel blog entry by dewereldrond on Jan 03, 2015

      7 photos

      (JW) Merida is waanzinnig. Wellicht kregen we hier de eerste kleine cultuurshock van onze reis. Waar Isla Mujeres de rust, zon, zee zelve is, is Merida, echt puur Mexicaans; vol energie, levendig, luid en kleurrijk. Voor je beeldvorming, Merida is de culturele hoofdstad van Yucatan en is met een kleine 700.000 inwoners ongeveer zo groot als …

      ¡Feliz Año Nuevo 2015!

      A travel blog entry by segacs on Dec 31, 2014

      23 photos

      ... our stuff up top and descended through narrow tunnels and passageways, climbing over rocks and through watery passageways, lit only by a waterproof flashlight held by the local guide. We had to be really careful not to cut our feet on the rocks, but swimming there was really awesome.

      After three cenotes, we were tired and hungry, so we had a small lunch in a local restaurant. Then we got another colectivo back to Merida, arriving back at the hotel ...

      Helping Mexico

      A travel blog entry by kaneryan on Sep 03, 2014

      ... an hour and a half and after that we went to a different diving location. It was fairly similar to the first but there were large amounts of turtles swimming in the area. The guides handed everyone a small wrist band device with a button attached. We were asked to click the button once for every turtle we saw and this was their method of judging how many turtles were in the area at a particular time.Everyone in the group ...

      Cenotes - deep down into the bowels of the earth

      A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Dec 04, 2013

      85 photos

      ... greatest number of cenotes are smaller sheltered sites and do not necessarily have any surface exposed water. The term cenote has also been used to describe similar karst features in other countries such as Cuba and Australia, in addition to the more generic term of sinkholes.


      Venezuelan Update

      A travel blog entry by kelsey.duckett on Mar 06, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... in a city near Barinas, Venezuela. Los Llanos is a tropical grassland with a wet and dry season. Thank goodness we visited during the dry season because it receives an unusually large amount of rain during it's wet season. An interesting fact I learned during one of our many tours is that the area was once a large body of water that eventually dried up - our guide pointed out many sea shells sitting in the middle of the grassland, that ...