Hotel Hacienda Merida

Calle 62, No. 39 Por 51 y 53, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Calle 62, No. 39 Por 51 y 53, Merida, is near Chichen Itza Ruins, Uxmal, Merida English Library, and Galeria Merida.
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    Travel Blogs from Merida


    A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Jul 07, 2014

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    ... seocasamontejo/

    This place is really something special. Everything had been exquisitely kept and put on display with a great deal of care. It was free to go inside and there about 5 rooms that could be visited. One of them showed an exhibition from Veracruz of an artist called Jose Justo Montiel as you can see on the above link.

    Then it was off to this internet cafe, and soon I will go to the Bierhaus for one drink ...

    Third times the charm!!

    A travel blog entry by rachels694 on Jan 10, 2014

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    ... they could even predict solar eclipses, and an impressive and sophisticated observatory structure remains on the site today.

    This great city’s only permanent water source was a series of sinkhole wells. Spanish records report that young female victims were thrown into the largest of these, live, as sacrifices to the Maya rain god thought to live in its depths. Archaeologists have since found their bones, as well as the jewelry and other precious objects ...

    Meeting teachers and exploring Mérida

    A travel blog entry by acrossthesun on Oct 23, 2013

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    ... s accurate! Another two guitarists joined after a few songs and they played songs in several quite different styles. There's something quite haunting about four Spanish guitars playing in unison. One tune in particular was extremely hypnotic, muted staccato plucking transporting me far from the museum and reminding me a little of the Penguin Café Orchestra. I also enjoyed the songs which I understood to be specific to the Yucatán region, they were a bit more lively ...

    Day 71 - Chichen Itza tour

    A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Aug 24, 2013

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    ... a top bloke and we even sat together at lunch and had some good conversations and we exchanged info when we finished the tour at the end of the day so he could send up more info and we can stay in touch, he was heading to Cuba after Merida. The Chichen Itza site is the most popular in all Mexico ruin sites, people were everywhere and due to it not being a very big spot it seemed to make it look like the place was packed. The tour was pretty good, the tour guide gave us ...

    I Told You I Don't Like Caves

    A travel blog entry by adipeery on Jul 05, 2013

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    ... s not the first time I awake to strange things floating in the air - usually of the purse or children's toy varietal so a heavy piece of machinery looming over my head was a bit disconcerting. I turned over three times under the assumption that it would disappear, but to no avail. I should see someone about this but until then "I don't believe in ghosts during the day, but at night.. I'm a little more open-minded". I debated on whether to share this with ...