Hotel Casa San Angel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... especially, but all over, really, the poverty is highly, disconcertingly apparent. From the women who come to town from the Mayan villages every day, babies in tow, to spend all day selling trinkets, to the children begging for change or food, it's hard to see and it's even harder to turn away from. Of course, there are lots of wealthy people in Mexico, too, and I'd say Mexican tourists outnumber foreigners at most of ...
... given to it by the Spanish; it was a government palace) is the finest of Uxmal's several fine quadrangles of long buildings. It has elaborately carved fašades on both the inside and outside faces.
A large Ballcourt for playing the Mesoamerican ballgame. Its inscription says that it was dedicated in 901 by the ruler Chan Chak K'ak'nal Ajaw, also known as Lord Chac (before the decipherment of his corresponding name glyphs).A number of other temple-pyramids, quadrangles, ...
... back to the hotel and then had a quick relaxing dip in the pool.
Tomorrow should a good day but isn't as pressed for time with the activities I'm doing. Tonight I had a quick walk to experience the night life but tomorrow after bit of a sleep in I will have a walk around town and then go and explore the ruins of Dzibichaltun. It should be a great day the ruins are meant to be absolutely stunning and very well preserved for how many visitors they get.
... left around midnight and the following day we did pretty much the same thing, ate and relaxed in the pool, or in the hammocks hanging above the pool.
By 6am on the Friday morning I was up and ready to go to Chichen Itza. The bus ...
... toast, fruit], chatting with Kathleen about cats.
Negatve terms for Canucks? I suggested 'handsome' and Kathleen burst out laughing. A further meander to the church and former convent of the Mejorada, a quite church rather dark inside, again due to the wood. Wearing long pants due to a city. May have to exchange $100 US at most to get through the trip. I like the fact the likes of Burger King are incorporated into the local architecture.