The Lodge at Chichen Itza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
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... with more people, and then headed off towards the south, where we picked up more people along the highway from their hotels and in Tulum, where we had a quick stop. From there, it was another 1,5h drive to Chichen Itza. One we got there, we were informed that unfortunately the parking lot was full. By full they meant crazy full. Over 40 big coaches were parked there, and a few more were just able to do a drop-off and then had to leave again. The parking lot was managed by the ...
... Our first stop before the ruins was one of the more magnificent of these at the Ik Kil cenote. This vast cavity has a drop from the ground level to the surface of the water of nearly 90 feet and then the pool itself is a depth of another 150 feet of cool, refreshing water to the caves floor. It is easy to understand why the Red Bull cliff diving championships would choose such an idealic setting for a stop on their tour, but as I stood on it's ...
... to walk around the village as it was too tiny and there was nothing to see. In the end we came up with an idea of going to see one of many cenotes situated in the vicinity of Piste. What is a cenote? Let us explain you more…
A cenote is a natural phenomenon, nothing more than a sinkhole in the Earth´s surface. The Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico has an estimated 7,000 cenotes, whereas some of them have gradually become a popular tourist attraction. Mexico isn´t ...
... formed the Commission of Mural Painting for the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes. Rivera married Frida Kahlo in 1929, but after having been married for less than a year, he had his first affair that led to their divorce in 1939. They remarried until Kahlo's death in 1954.
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... is called Limpia, a ceremony with incense, and they hit you with herbs, and then blow a big conch up and down your body. People queue everyday to have it done – a lady approached me while they were having it done , she was so emotional saying she felt so pleased that we were embracing this custom and how wonder they would feel afterwards- she then asked if the boys would have their photo taken with her and the Aztec lady – they did rather ...