Hotel Casa San Angel
Travel Blogs from Merida
... we aren't to far 3-4hrs from Cancun and Playa del Carmen as there are a lot more tourists and tourist shops. Breakfast in the hostel was awesome a large buffet including cereal, yoghurt, lots of fruit, bread, jam, tea everything you need before a big day. It was another hot one less humidity but really hot. We spent the day seeing the numerous colonial sites including huge amounts of churches. It’s only been around 12 days of travelling and we ...
... me out for the night; she was vacationing from northern Mexico and was being shown the town that night, by a local friend of a friend. I jumped at the chance to meet up again later and felt quite at home and welcomed at a swanky bar with a view and couldn't resist the lychee mojitos. We moved on around 1am to a nearby club, with valet parking and I joined the others in drinking Red Label whiskey, which was a first. It's been a long while, since I had a ...
... or chicken) cooked in banana leaves and Margaritas at Chaya Maya restaurant and wandered the streets before returning to Cascadas where we imbibed a couple of glasses of wine with the other guests before each of us headed off to spend the evening in our own way... Two delightful women friends, Estelle and Arlene, from New York City and Grace, a therapist from San Francisco, and of course the ever delightful Ellyne with more tips, hints and ...
... to hit the moving piņata. This was highly entertaining to watch and even more entertaining to do.
The first day in merida I went on a free tour of the main square and heard all about the history of each building which was very interesting as Mexico has such a colourful history of different conquerers. I then went to the new mayan museum to up my information quota before heading to anymore ruins. Merida is the first place that I have ...
... 8220;Cenote” a sink hole from which skeletons and other offerings had been removed and then back to the Temple of the Warriors, a sizeable building with columns decorated with carvings of warrior figures. Close by was a beautiful small temple adorned with jaguar heads and images of Venus, the planet discovered by the Mayans.
After the short guided tour we had 45 minutes to explore on our own and so we shot off past the columns of the old ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking