Hotel Hacienda La Venta

Address: Carretera Panamericana Pte. No. 3, San Juan del Rio, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 76800, Mexico | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Carretera Panamericana Pte. No. 3, San Juan del Rio, is near Mayan Ruins of Tulum, Spearfishing Cozumel, Cozumel Water Sports, and Maya Spa.
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    Travel Blogs from San Juan del Rio

    In the Pink (Zona Rosa) !

    A travel blog entry by nigelandpeter on Jan 07, 2015

    11 photos

    ... and the bar opposite is pumping out techno salsa mixed with a bit of Mariachi Band thrown in oh and yes there is a traditional barrel organ playing too - a complete cacophony! We have also acquainted ourselves with more traditional Mexican food, not the Tex-Mex we all know in Europe & USA. We now know the difference between Sopes & Pastor and even found out what that green vegetable was at breakfast - Nopales, cooked Cactus - I kid you not. We are really glad that we came so ...

    Coyoacan

    A travel blog entry by laurapayne on Nov 05, 2014

    3 photos

    Originally a village outside Mexico City that many rich people had their estates. Now is part of Mexico City but still retains the Colonial influence and architecture. No gringos in site during our visit - we ate in the market - Octopus - so good we ordered a second! Lunch with fresh bread and juice was $16 for the 2 of ...

    Mexico City!

    A travel blog entry by allanamue on May 20, 2014

    30 photos

    ... numerous cathedrals in Mexico City. A lot of the buildings were sunken and on an angle. The entire city was built on a dry lake that had been emptied along time ago, some of the cathedrals were on a lean. As time goes on they sink further into the ground due to the heavy materials used for construction such as marble and stone. Beneath the surface there is water approximately 5 metres below creating the not so stable ground. These buildings are still used for worship each day by the ...

    Mexico City walking tour

    A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra on Sep 10, 2013

    7 photos

    ... on Saturday rooms at the hotel with views of the plaza have jumped to $15000 pesos NZ$1,500 for the night as they will be able to watch the President ring the bell. We are actually glad we won't be here as either the teachers will get moved along over the next few days or the celebration may not include the President depending on how strong he is or there may be a riot. Any of these eventualities will be better off without us. Beautiful buildings here ...

    Mexico City

    A travel blog entry by beattie_family on Mar 24, 2013

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... back to our visits to Tikal and Chichen Itza. There were lots of different rooms, each with a theme around a cultural group, of which Mexico has many. It's the sort of place you could spend an entire weekend in but we only lasted about 4 hours.

    The next day was spent in the obligatory zoo visit - along with most of Mexico City. Although the zoo itself wasn't especially good, it is completely free. I loved the idea that even the poorest street ...