Hotel Aragon

Address: No. 474 entre 52 y 54, Col. Centro, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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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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      Bus Day

      A travel blog entry by segacs on Dec 30, 2014

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      ... But English is so ubiquitous around the world that it's hard to find anywhere where people don't speak it ... except here. Even most people in the tourism industry only speak Spanish. In some cases Spanish is their second language, after one of dozens of local indigenous languages. But despite being technically in North America, Mexico has not Americanized and adopted English as any kind of widespread second language. ...

      The first day out

      A travel blog entry by kaneryan on Aug 31, 2014

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      ... of walking around the Zoological Park of Centenario. It's a fairly relaxed afternoon with plenty to see and plenty of time to chill out. It takes about 3 - 4 hours to see everything if you go around at a slow pace so it fits in well with the morning activity at Grutas De Calcehtok. There are signs set up in front of all the animal enclosures giving a brief description and informing people about all the animals and there original habitats.



      A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 06, 2014

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      ... like ages, I kept saying to stu I felt like I was on a bush roller coaster but with no signs of any safety. After about 4-5kms the horse stopped and we got off. Our guide walked us over to a giant bunch of gathered tree roots which had a whole in the ground. He turned to us and said "the entrance". We were completely shocked as the tour company we booked through gave us the impression we were going to an open pool of water to swim. The adventurous side of me was ecstatic by ...

      Ek'Balam and Cenote Tour...

      A travel blog entry by vivianlam on Sep 18, 2013

      ... which is really an underground basin. Before we were able to go swimming and such in the sinkhole, we went through a Mayan ritual of sacrifice for protection. There was an old gentleman there who did the prayers and blessed each of us and made a sacrifice (it was a nut of some kind) on our behalf. Then it was time to get changed into our swimming suits and head off. Since I wore mine, it didn't take me long to
      change. I kept my ...

      Conquistadors, Color, and Cooking

      A travel blog entry by katdiana on Feb 26, 2013

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      ... the rest of the dinner was being prepared. Chef Luis was so much fun. He was laid back but really informative. We got a huge meal for only 20 pesos. There's not a better deal anywhere. Plus the group of people at the class were all great. A bunch of us ended up going out after the class and drinking way too much until way too late. There is nothing like this life. No where else will a US couple, a German airline ...