Hotel Hacienda Sanchez

Address: Avenida Zaci-hual , Valladolid, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenida Zaci-hual , Valladolid.
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Travel Blogs from Valladolid

Big chicken and even bigger Chichen (Itza)

A travel blog entry by themcgee on Jan 29, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... I had covered enough for the day.

Back in Valladolid with the afternoon to kill, I decided to do two things which I usually steer clear of these days - cycling and swimming. Without going into the tediousness of my M.E. (Chronic fatigue syndrome), I have to be careful of certain activities which can deplete my energy levels very quickly, although thankfully steady walking is usually exempt. I hired a bike back at the hostel which looked like ...


A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Jan 26, 2015

15 photos

... road is the Tres Toros tequila store, where you can also take a free tour and have a free tasting of five of their tequilas, beginning with the cheap stuff (~$45) and working your way up to the uber distilled uber reserve stuff (~$400). I doubt I'll ever taste such expensive tequila again in my life. Once you've exhausted all the free samples on offer, you can hire a bike or walk out to all the nearby cenotes. We managed to visit four of them ...

Getting to Know One of the New Seven Wonders

A travel blog entry by phil_in_nz on Dec 23, 2014

30 photos

... or whatever else you might be doing, you always get a bracelet. I even got one for my snorkeling trip in Isla Mujeres. Anyways, there are hundreds of grand and little cenotes all over the Yucatan Peninsula, if not thousands. We went to one of the bigger ones that was a touristic hotspot. It was called Ik-Kil and a stop in every tour of our tour operator as it seemed, because there were dozens of Minivans and autobuses with their logo parked in the parking lot.

The cenote ...

Itchy Chicken

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Dec 17, 2014

26 photos

... played one another aiming to shoot a ball (with a symbol of death on it) through the hoops and would pass the ball using only their elbows, hips or knees. The outcome of the game for one player is death- it is unknown whether this was for the loser or the winner as sacrificing your life can be a great honour. Feeling well-cultured it was time to head to back to a Caribbean island for some sun, diving and Pina Coladas. Best to make hay while the sun ...

Watery caves and mayan rocks

A travel blog entry by charlaisy on Dec 14, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... locals by taking pictures of them buying and selling vegetables. It was an explosion of colour and pretty exciting. We then went to go and see the local cenote, Zaci (fresh water cave pools) and helped clean the water by haphazardly stroking it with a net.
Back at the hostel the subject of everyone's conversations was "is Chichen Itza worth it?" and the sumation was Yes! Its not the most amazing thing but you'd be an ...