Hotel Montejo

Address: Street 57 No. 507, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Merida


A travel blog entry by livy_lane on Aug 15, 2015

... We also hade about five cups of coffee each because they kept refilling our mugs. We then started walking vaguely in the direction of the tourism office, which is on the main square in the centre of town. On the way, we popped into the theatre, which is a really cool building. We then looked around the cathedral, which was huge and kind of daunting. It was surprisingly plain for a Catholic church and was more focused on Jesus than the Virgin-obsessed convent ...

Big trip to Merida

A travel blog entry by nl.opiola on Jan 21, 2015

4 photos

... Merida. Wandered around the town a bit and stopped in for a cervesa and a bite to eat. Ellen and I went for the Canadian chicken parmesan, Chris went for Mexican fish and David, the Queens Arm. An egg wrapped in pumpkin seed puree. Not fussy on that but the chicken and cervesa was delicious.

Went on a hunt for bathing suits and found nothing downtown. Caught a local bus out to a Walmart . Another not ...

Cenotes and Ruins

A travel blog entry by mattmantle on Jul 06, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... having had the well balanced and nutrious breakfast of a single cereal bar in a bid to try and save some cash and time. One thing I have quickly realised on this tour, is that everyone else here is basically only away for a few weeks, and therefore have much more money than me. Let the shameless penny pinching commence. Which is pretty damn hard when you're all out for dinner as a group each night.

We made it to the ruins of Chichen Itza about 3 hours after leaving ...

Third times the charm!!

A travel blog entry by rachels694 on Jan 10, 2014

77 photos

... been found. Uxmal was one of the largest cities of the Yucatán peninsula, and at its height was home to about 25,000 Maya. Like the other Puuc sites, it flourished in the Late Classic period (around 600-900 AD). Indications are that its rulers also presided over the nearby settlements in Kabah, Labná and Sayil, and there are several sacbe’s (white roads of the Maya) connecting the sites. The area is known as the Ruta Puuc, or Puuc route, from the nearby hills. With a population ...

La policia

A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Nov 07, 2013

... in about 10 seconds. If you didn't, like many of the students who weren't carrying anything on them, you got a lecture and an explanation of what could have happened.

The officers explained that by law, they could have taken those without their visas on them to an institution in Merida where they would have to remain until someone - a friend or family member, ...