Hotel Hacienda VIP

Calle 62 441-A x 51 y 53, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Calle 62 441-A x 51 y 53, Merida, is near Chichen Itza Ruins, Uxmal, Merida English Library, and Galeria Merida.
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    Travel Blogs from Merida


    A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 06, 2014

    43 photos

    Merida merida merida!! We'd made it to the Yucatan. The carribian side of Mexico. We were extra excited to be here, as the Yucatan is know for it's extra unique food, beautiful cenotes (sinkholes & fresh water caves) and of cause...BEACHES! Merida was a beautiful city. Some of the oldest (470 years old) buildings in the entire Yucatan are found around the beautiful zocalo (central square) in Merida. We arrived at our hostel, situated right on the Zocolo, it was an ...

    Last day at the worksite

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

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... was so happy in Xcunya. Everyone was so willing to say "Buenos dias" and smile at your smile. I didn't have one worry about being whistled or honked at from men seeing me as an object. I saw the old and the young living together and equally respected. I love Xcunya, and am so grateful to have been able to work in a pueblo outside of Merida to receive that experience. I'm definitely not a city gal, and Xcunya is the place where I've felt closest to "home."

    El grito y una banda

    A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Sep 15, 2013

    10 photos

    Sept 15

    This afternoon, a group of us met up to go to el centro so see what festivities were going on for independence day eve. As usual, at the bus stop we all discussed what we had for lunch. Today, I had "kibis." It's a dish from Lebanon (I believe) which consists of sheep, onion, and sunflower seed (maybe not! see below) surrounded by a wheat bread coating and fried. It was served with rice and a mixture of vegetables. DELICIOUS. Downtown, ...

    Ruins Anxiety

    A travel blog entry by katywade on Jan 06, 2013

    1 comment

    ... on them. Silver jewelry. Also some downright bizarre entries like carved stone penguins and ornately decorate mariachi hats. Remember all those pictures we saw in junior high history of the ancient Maya making sacrifices in their traditional velvet mariachi hat? As much as a adore Indiana Jones, I know much less about archaeology than I do about socioeconomics and I found this desperate pursuit of some meager profit in the shadows of what was one the ...

    Lost Cities

    A travel blog entry by kryten4b on Dec 21, 2012

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... our guide, Dan brought along his friend Manuel an elderly Mayan gentleman who was going to take us to some sites that were deep in the jungle. They gave us our machetes and off we went through the jungle following Manuel.

    Los Pitch was our first stop a tough site to get to, walking uphill, making our way through the thick of the jungle. A small ruin very remote compared to the others we saw, but definitely worth ...