Del Gobernador

Address: Calle 59 No. 535 X 66, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle 59 No. 535 X 66, Merida, is near Frida Kahlo Museum (Museo Frida Kahlo), Paseo de Montejo, Nunnery Quadrangle, and Museo de Cera de la Ciudad de México.
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          Travel Blogs from Merida

          Mérida, Mexico

          A travel blog entry by teamsharry on Aug 24, 2015

          8 photos

          We headed off to Merida by taking a ferry ��, a taxi �� and an overnight bus ��. We are pretty over those overnight buses by this stage of our travels (seeing as that was our 22nd overnight bus!), but we arrived in Merida, in the western side of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico with huge smiles on our faces to finally be in this awesome country. We received possibly the nicest ...

          Merida and cenotes

          A travel blog entry by kathypender on Nov 23, 2014

          3 comments, 72 photos

          ... was called Chanusil which means small insect. You enter the cenote through a hole in the roots of a tree! You climb through the tree roots then down a ladder to the cave below. Once inside we went through the cave to the entrance of the water. We swam through the lovely turquoise water then climbed out at the far end. Rafael went for a free dive to the large cavern which was below the channel we swam through. At the end of the channel we were able to climb up a ...

          I love feet

          A travel blog entry by joelsalmon on Jul 03, 2014

          ... subsequently take many pictures with them. Pretty sure they were my dad's too...

          As we drove back I noticed all the old villages where the people wore traditional Mayan dress- the men with a special vest underneath and the women in a white dress embroidered with flowers at the top and bottom. These styles along with the old fashioned thatched-roof architecture are dying out and with them a distinctive and old culture. But then again, at least their houses don't leak as ...

          Merida ... Where the Music Plays on!

          A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Feb 15, 2014

          54 photos

          ... room overlooking the pool. There was a noisy flock of Canada geese that gathered around happy hour, but we met a couple of very nice Americans.

          There is music every day of the week! Over the weekend, the centre is closed to traffic and people browse through handicraft stalls and shops, stop for drinks and listen to music from all over Mexico, playing till late. ...

          Templo Mayor

          A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Nov 24, 2013

          49 photos

          ... turtles, frogs, crocodiles, and fish, snail shells, coral, some gold, alabaster, Mixtec figurines, ceramic urns from Veracruz, masks from what is now Guerrero state, copper rattles, decorated skulls and knives of obsidian and flint. These objects are housed in the ...