Flamingo Hotel

Address: Calle 57 No. 485 x 58 y 56 Centro, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle 57 No. 485 x 58 y 56 Centro, Merida, is near Chichen Itza Ruins, Uxmal, Plaza Grande, and Hacienda Sotuta de Peon.
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Travel Blogs from Merida

La Ciudad Blanca

A travel blog entry by charlaisy on Dec 17, 2014

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... were both beautiful AND educational (win win). Joining a free tour of the city the next day, we learnt about the silly infighting Mayans and the nasty Spaniards - the bit that most sticks in mind was when we were shown the only remnants of Mayan city merida was built over, 2 easily missed patterned stones in an otherwise mundane wall. Almacar, our guide, had lived in London for a year and was very pleased to see 2 Londoners on his ...


A travel blog entry by kaneryan on Sep 01, 2014

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... because as much as they can read about ancient civilizations in history books to come that close and to see where they lived and what their cities looked like is a really interesting experience.

The afternoon at Dzibilchaltun are absolutely amazing. There was so much to see that I could've spent an entire day there. I would definitely take a school group there. It doesn't matter what age people are, almost everyone who would go ...

Merida to Cancun

A travel blog entry by maroline on Feb 18, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... and have dinner at a German restaurant. I know, I know. But vego food in Mexico is pretty hit and miss so far. In fact it's 98% miss... Day 17: Chichen Itza! The supposed Big Daddy of all Mexico's ruins. And our van has AC, huzzah! The main pyramid is unfortunately now roped off to visitors (you used to be able to climb it), but it's therefore extremely well preserved. There are some seriously interesting facets to the structure based upon the Mayan ...

Last day at the worksite

A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Nov 22, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... It was a small school, teaching grades 1-6. The director explained that normally school ends at 12, but they started a new program to extend the schoolday one hour and feed the children lunch. We meet the mamas cooking the lunch in the school's palapa; they bring this food from the store and from their own gardens. The school also grows a garden when it's not too wet in the season, and they grow fruit trees that the children eat from. After 6th ...

Cenotes cenotes cenotes

A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Oct 05, 2013

1 comment, 14 photos

... And the second cenote? We had to ride "tuks," which are carts connected to a makeshift railroad and pulled by mules, for about 20 minutes into the jungle and to the entrance of this amazing cenote. After a treacherous climb into it, we were greatly rewarded with crystal clear water and plenty of jumping off spots. I'm SO PUMPED that I decided to go with them! Check out the pics.

In other words, I have stopped shaving my legs.