Hotel Casa San Angel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... people from their early times to their defeat by the Conquistadors to their independence. Very expressive and deeply moving. The city itself contains mainly old buildings in the Spanish style. At 9:00 we set off for a guided tour of Celestun located on the Gulf of Mexico. We visited this Marine sanctuary located on an estuary associated with extensive mangroves bird life and crocodiles. The pink flamingoes and ...
... br> It was a very strange place, way out in the suburbs in a shopping mall. They had a live salsa and meringue band, but even though we arrived after 11, for the first half hour we were there, practically nobody was dancing. There was an open bar if you paid for it, but also an option for a lower cover charge for the people who weren't drinking due to still feeling sick. Right before midnight, however, things picked up, with the countdown and then some ...
Today I woke up a bit later later than usual to yet another beautiful morning in Merida. I left the hotel at about 9am and went for a relaxed walk around town. I ended up having breakfast at the Restaurante Colonial and had a wonderful buffet breakfast with many local and westernised varieties of food. This restaurant would be great for a school group because it is a buffet and has a very large dining are so you would have no trouble fitting an entire ...
... compared to all the other sites, there is an area with hundreds of pillars that used to be a market where they would trade things like stones and clothing from different areas. The main area around the pyramid was the city center way back in 500-900ad when the site was used as a city, the housing for the maya people would be build in the surrounding jungle area. We got a lot of information for once and didn't have to make up our own stories. There was a very large ...
... of about 4 different buildings around the main plaza. We did learn that the Spanish destroyed a lot of cool Maya stuff :(
We then decided to explore some cenotes (underground pools), but it proved quite a challenge to get there. After asking about 6 different bus drivers to take us to Chocola (the town the cenotes are nearby) and being repeatedly told en frente, we eventually realised the stop we needed was across the street. We ...