Hotel Maison del Embajador
Travel Blogs from Merida
On the Day 3 of our trip in Yucatan. We left Valladolid at 8AM in the morning and after visiting Chichen Itza and Ek Balm, we arrived to Merida. This time we drove on the toll highway and avoided all the small villages - and their topes - along the way -MUCH FASTER!- and definitely save time (time is money especially for the short-time-travelors). …
Uxmal-Kabah-Grutas de Loltun through the Puuc Route.
... colors of Mexican Independence swirl together in the sink as I wash off my attempted authentic Mexican pride to stare at a Kentucky girl with a smile and a little sweat. Buenas noches.
piñón: pinyon nuts
Carnero: sheep (male?)
After our workout this morning, Alcina and I looked at their class schedule. Awesome. Ten pesos (less than $1 USD) per class: Yoga ...
... and since then we've left Cancun for Merida and had a bit more of an
explore of Mexico. Before we'd even left Cancun though, we took a day trip to
the Mayan ruins of Tulum. Tulum was an ancient Mayan port city, so the main
ruins are built on the windy cliff edge overlooking the turquoise sea and white
sand beach. We had a lengthy potter round the buildings and the site, admiring
carvings, iguanas and impeccably American American tourists, even taking a
... Chang, Greg and the Translator for happy hour, Sarki joining in. Everybody liked a good Brian joke. The dumb *****es joined in and immediately poisoned the conversation, something Sarki just didn't get. Chatted largely with the Translator about his office/home liquor cabinet plus ports and scotches 85 MP
Final blog and packing with lights out by 2315.
Dork of the day--Sarki
Roomie, that was a pretty lame excuse for not lunching locally re tomorrow's bus ride.
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking