Hotel Casa San Angel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... anthropology ($59peso each). The museum had heaps of amazing artefacts but there wasnt alot of english so it made it hard to follow. In fact english in general in Mexico City was pretty rare and it didnt seem like alot of tourists either. The park had lots of markets and a totem pole mexican entertainment thing that was about 25m tall and 4 guys scaled to the top, had rope attached to their ankle and waist and they then came back down upside down as ...
... a silver bus if you want ahigh class bus. For me the second class was exellent. Some less service only.
I did not do nothing special. Walked aroud and enjoyed. See the pics from the down town. There will be many more but this is the first impression :>
the truly vital role of sorting out music on the doctor’s phone which was then
placed on the table behind him, from which such wonders as Oasis and Blur were
followed by Britney and Lady Gaga, McFly and some local music; a fairly
eclectic mix. The first surgery was to put a plate onto the snapped radius of
an elderly woman, and aside from the slightly eighties horror movie-esque blood
squirt from the first incision was all very civilised. The ...
... a huge fair outside of Mérida. We walked through it all, gazing at the never-ending sprawl of food vendors, carnival games and rides, music stages, and shops selling anything and everything under the sun. We were thankful for Gaby's company because without her we likely would never had made it there, let alone felt comfortable walking through the crowds of people at night.
Lesa's daughter and her husband have a restaurant in Mérida called ...
... our stay (mainly due to the hotdogs and the cold James had caught a few days prior), spending the day catching up on sleep and planning our next destination. I researched a couple more things that we could do while in Merida, and came across the Regional Museum of Anthropology, an extensive exhibit of local Mayan history and anthropology. Since it isn't open on Monday's, we decided to visit the following day before catching the bus to Tulum. The Museo ...