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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nacional Merida
Decent place to stay, quite new, very nice pool/lounge area! Pretty close to the heart of the city, 3 blocks from City Square, the governor's palace and a huge market 3 blocks the other way. Only $55 US a night. There is a small restaurant and the front desk staff are great
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... then a pre shower and headed down for a swim. Dylan and most of the group jumped off the platform. Just before 3 we got out and headed up to get changed. Then it was back in the taxi to the restaurant at Sac Be for lunch. Lunch was a buffet and was pretty expensive, but seemed fresh enough. There was lettuce and tomatoes, rice, pasta, tomato sauce, chicken, corn tortillas, yummy pork with lime juice, salsa, corn chips and rice pudding, jelly and fruit for ...
Most of us wake up feeling a bit worse for wear today. Maybe we ate something funny. Maybe its just we've eaten so much and its finally caught up with us.
We have a slow paced breakfast and the chocolate madness cake makes an appearance again.... madness!
We leave our Hacienda and start our day with a bit of a relaxed bus tour of Merida which is quite a big city. After all our time in remote regions it feels like we are coming back to the ...
... watching the match together, the food vendors, and we even saw the team coach! Needless to say, there was music here too, with a band at each end in constant conversation! Chris said the football was ok, a bit more muscular than at home ... in other words they kept bumping into each other ... but Merida won 2-1 and each time they got a goal we were even sprayed with beer from ...
... a few drinks with a couple who were friends of his at a local Irish pub. Ariel is a big burly Cuban with a beard and Joenne is from Italy - they were both very friendly and again, patient with me as I struggled more and more with my Spanish as I got more tired. Joenne really reminds me of someone but I can't for the life of me think who. After a few beers I was ready to head back home to bed - learning a new language is fun but extremely tiring!
... the San Ignacio Cenote and to the Chichen Itza Mayan Ruins. The cenote was not as good as we had hoped, though we know we have much better cenotes awaiting us as we travel towards Playa del Carmen. Chichen Itza was a large and impressive site in good condition. The downside was the number of tourists and the associated vendors attempting to take advantage of the crowds of gringos! It was our most touristy stop so far and probably a good example of what Cancun may be like. ...