Hotel Maria del Carmen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Maria del Carmen Merida
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... a huge queue for the taxis and we were so desperate to get to a hostel to lie down that we decided to walk the 25 minutes to Hostal Nomadas. Luckily when we got there they had beds available and after we checked in we immediately lay down on our bunks and strayed there pretty much solidly for the next few days.
On Thursday we began to feel a bit better and managed to eat some toast and banana and that ...
... happy and feel quite safe where we are. The drive ended in Merida with a grocery pick up and dinner at a pizza place. Great pizza and nice taste of home.
The guys lost a bet while we were out today so they had to tend to our every wish for the evening. They're not very good with granting wishes although we did get a pitcher of pina colada's made and served to us, but there was no back rub, foot massage, or drowned in ...
... more than 1,000 stands and receives over 100,000 people daily. Local people hiding themselves in small stalls sell everything from shoes and clothes to fruit and pets (seafood, fruit, vegetable etc.). We noticed that a lot of local people took shortcuts through the market on their way to work or school. Some bought only fruit or light sandwich; others were consuming much heavier food in the morning hours, such as torta with meat, chili peppers and mayonnaise, and drinking ...
... certification completed I arranged to catch a night bus down to Belize city for the next night. With a day to kill in playa del Carmen I headed south for the afternoon to Tulum. Tulum is a small town about an hour south of playa. It's a rather unremarkable town except for the fact that it shares it's name with some Mayayn ruins which sit perched atop some cliffs overlooking an incredible beach of white sand and green Caribbean ...
... to the 'white city' Merida, the capital of the Yucatan province.
Dinner was at Amaro Restauarant with colourful artwork and sculptures. Chaya turned out to be a spinach drink. Mine had a shot of tequilla in it.