The Lodge at Chichen Itza

Address: In the hearth of the archaeological park of Chichen Itza, Chichén Itzá, Yucatan Peninsula, 97751, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on In the hearth of the archaeological park of Chichen Itza, Chichén Itzá, is near Cacaxtla, Museo del Automóvil, Patio Muñoz, and Museo Arqueológico de Azcapotzalco.
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    Travel Blogs from Chichén Itzá

    Chicken Pizza

    A travel blog entry by anelliceabroad on Jun 19, 2015

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    ... about which was a bit naff to be honest as Chichen Itza is so big and Benjamin said we would have needed another hour and a half to see the rest of it. We'd spent about 2 hours at this place we'd stopped at for lunch which we really didn't want or need so we went pleased about that. We were also told by the lady at the hotel which we booked the tour with that we'd be going to a cenote (sink hole) but we didn't. I've decided to make ...

    Chichen Itza

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Apr 21, 2015

    ... itself. Whilst it is photogenic, 7th wonder of the modern-old world it is not. Tikal all around is a lot more impressive, with higher pyramids too. And that's not even starting on the place with the biggest pyramid in the world which Robin hiked to. The place wasn't as busy as I thought, but hawkers were in every bit of shade, constantly offering their "almost free" products. Like that famous sign outside the pub: "Free beer. Starts tomorrow."


    Chichen Itza

    A travel blog entry by diekleine on Mar 09, 2015

    10 photos

    ... it to be independent and to stop at places in between that I liked. In the end, the bus would probably have been a bit cheaper, but if you can share a car with some other people it's definitely less expensive and I would recommend that option.

    Eventually I realized that you weren’t able to take pictures at sunrise or sunset at all, as the opening hours were not designed for that - what was a bit disappointing. When I arrived (it would have been the perfect time for ...

    Day 21 - a Teotihuacan experience

    A travel blog entry by ai_firestone on Oct 20, 2013

    12 photos

    ... amp; built on reclaimed land... Our next stop was the Guadalupe Shrine- today popularly known as La Villa or the Basilica of Guadalupe. This is the most important religious building in all of Mexico and one of the most visited places in the Catholic world, which annually receives more than twenty million pilgrims. The guide explained that the Virgin of Guadalupe in Mexico is not only a religious symbol, it is also a symbol of identity for Mexicans, apparently it is no ...

    Los Carritos

    A travel blog entry by hereiamsendme on May 24, 2013

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    ... for the moment we have been asked to leave until we get a permit. Bethel is working on it but dealing with paperwork in Mexico is a nightmare.
    Thousands of humble people were reached here and many of them were looking forward to stopping for a few minutes to study the Bible every week.
    Please pray for the legal “doors” to open so this project can continue here :-)
    Next we moved to this main street called “Reforma” , ...