Hotel Casa Quixote

Address: Calle 23 #64 X 48 Y 50 , Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle 23 #64 X 48 Y 50 , Merida, is near Chichen Itza Ruins, Uxmal, Zoological Park of Centenario ( Parque Zoologico del Centenario), and Merida English Library.
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Travel Blogs from Merida

Bus Day

A travel blog entry by segacs on Dec 30, 2014

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... My rudimentary, extremely limited Spanish has been getting a workout. Milton translates For us as needed, of course, and Carolina is also fluent, but in all other cases I've had to be fairly inventive. Sometimes throwing out the French word works, if it's similar enough. But mostly I've just been smiling and saying "Si!" a lot.


North America may be wealthy overall, but lots of Mexico sure isn't. ...

The first day out

A travel blog entry by kaneryan on Aug 31, 2014

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... the Zoo i made my way back to the hotel which was roughly a half an hour walk. After relaxing at the hotel for an hour or two we had dinner at La Chaya Maya, which was a very nice Mexican style restaurant. The food was lovely and the service was even better. Although it was a great restaurant I would not recommend it for a school group because it is fairly small and could be a hassle to get everyone seated. After dinner I had an hour walk around town on ...


A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 06, 2014

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... we were about to climb down inside a cave entering in from a bunch of tree roots but the fearful cells in my brain were a little apprehensive. We climbed down the slippery roots and onto the ladder below, a huge cave opened up but it was completely dark in there apart for a few torches that the local people who patrolled the cave were holding. There were stalactites and stalagmites everywhere. Our guide ushered us through the very slippery cave to a small long channel ...


A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Nov 10, 2013

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... if a biosphere reserve. These types of reserves have a "core zone" where little to no human activity can occur and a buffer zone, where humans are allowed to use the resources in a sustainable way and conduct low-impact tourism. In Ria Celestun, this means little to no destruction of the vast mangrove coasts, controlled fishing, and no big development.

When we got out on the water, you could see how pristine it actually is. There are hundreds ...

Cenote or sinkhole swimming

A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra on Sep 19, 2013

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... track, getting the horse who had taken advantage of the water and grass on the side and then we were underway again. Nothing quite like it. Driving through the villages is interesting. When they get married they will often go out and chop down the trees they need to build their house. It is in a platform with the wood which is then plastered and given a thatched roof. They don't have beds but sleep in hammocks. Quite ...

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