Hotel Aragon

No. 474 entre 52 y 54, Col. Centro, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $23.00

Travel Blogs from Merida

Quick Pit stop and More...

A travel blog entry by rkliskey

... sure some of them were men) are more the 'for sale' kind.... Pretty dodgy...We also went back to the tacos place, food was equally great as before, but unfortunately they don't sell any booze... So Tom had brought a bottle of rum with him and we polished that with a couple of cokes. Good fun, except for the notion of getting up early the next day to buy bus tickets.... :(
The bus journey was slow - as expected, and by the time I got to Merida it was ...

Return Of The Saggy Blue Trunks Man

A travel blog entry by doove


... 8230; I’d taken the bus over with Maya, a Canadian girl I’d met in San Christobal and as I didn’t have much time was just planning on doing a day trip and then taking a night bus (my third in four nights to get up to Yucutan – probably goes quite a way to explaining why I felt like death).

This was also the first time, id taken some sleeping tablets to help with the ride, so felt a little drowsy when first arriving there! Still dumped ...

Un dia para mi

A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine


... After the park, I headed to Paseo Montejo to look at the beautiful photography and sculptures they had up for the Maya festival. I ended up at the Maya monument and stared at the structure that took the sulptor 12 years to install. Then, I played Russian Rulette with the cars again to cross the round-about and meandered into a cafe to drink coffee and write.

I must have walked at least 12 miles today in this bustling ...

I Told You I Don't Like Caves

A travel blog entry by adipeery


... in droves, the car grill splattered with yellow death. Upon first arrival, the heat and the humidity is literally crippling. Actually that feeling stuck throughout the trip, you never really get used to it so our first few stops at the ruins were marred by the beads of sweat that we would be simply two tired to swat away. Gila monsters run rampant, much to the chagrin of Sue. In retrospect these early ruins were to become our favorite as there were barely ...

Cenotes in Yucatan, Merida

A travel blog entry by mtrm


... water. The bedrock is limestone origin, which is responsible for the creation of these holes. Limestone is soft, slightly washed out, so rainwater tears through the entire Yucatan like Swiss cheese. There are no river in entire Yucatan.We were very glad that our friends took us on this trip. We enjoyed this sunny day a lot, and except the fact that after return was not possible anywhere in the city to buy any beer at all, which I was looking for like hungry dog ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on No. 474 entre 52 y 54, Col. Centro, Merida, is near Chichen Itza Ruins, Uxmal, Hacienda Sotuta de Peon, and Galeria Merida.
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