Caribe Hotel

Calle 59, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | 1 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael


... and beers and then they stood on platforms with the same trays and swung around and around.

Monica and I had a beer and chatted for a good few hours. We swopped stories, and I was amazed to hear about her having survived an accident when on rollerblades, she had fallen whilst skating very fast down a slope, and a jeep had cut her up, the poor girl had fallen on her head and cracked her skull with blood coming out of her ears. T hank goodness for her ...

Third times the charm!!

A travel blog entry by rachels694


... this was something I was aware of after doing this twice before!!!

After getting wallet shock from the rental car place we finally got on the road. We drove about one hour and a half into the jungle to a small city named Valladolid. I had visited here once before and wanted to return to take a few pictures of the town square, colorful doors and grand church. We arrived and decided to grab a bite to eat at a lunch spot I had been to previously, took a few pictures ...

Meeting teachers and exploring Mérida

A travel blog entry by acrossthesun


... various important dates in Mexican history as you walk around it. I braved the busy roundabout so I could do just that, and take some photos close up.

From the other side of the monument I smelled something extremely good, so headed towards the enticing aromas. I entered what I thought was a bakery but turned out to be a patisserie selling pastries, cakes and other sweet treats. I bought a triangular pastry which was very tasty and was like something ...


A travel blog entry by findscore


Today we took an adventure into the historic center of the city to do get a taste of madness--we bussed down and stopped at the massive Cathedral (built in 1500s) in the Zocalo (huge, huge plaza). There was a book fair going on today, so we browsed the tents and stopped to hear Marisa Lleda? read passages from her book "Alma y Dolores". We were getting a tinge of heat exhaustion so we wandered over to the Palacio de Correos--the fanciest, most ornate ...

When Opportunity knocks. . .

A travel blog entry by oconnor27


... oaxaca cheese. Always fresh corn masa, the difference is immense and to call a store bought flour tortilla with cheddar cheese a quesadilla is just wrong! A flour tortilla and cheese is called "a la gringa" and is popular with a wide variety of taco meats from al pastor to alambre de res. Needless to say I've been pleasantly surprised by the Mexican cuisine. From the range of ingredients used to the amount of technique that goes into preparing even the ...

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