Hotel Oviedo

Address: Calle 65 Y 67, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Calle 65 Y 67, Merida, is near Palacio Canton and Parque Hidalgo.
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        Travel Blogs from Merida

        Day 46: A LOT OF CULTURE

        A travel blog entry by livy_lane on Aug 15, 2015

        ... of really cool, massive, super-dramatic paintings about Mayan History. We actually learnt quite a lot and the paintings were amazing.

        The heat of the day hit at this point; we learned the hard way that siestas are vital for survival in mexico, so we headed back to our airconditioned room and lounged around for a bit. We emerged a couple of hour later, hoping it would be dramatically cooler. It was not, but we were hungry so we powered through. ...

        Cenotes and Ruins

        A travel blog entry by mattmantle on Jul 06, 2014

        1 comment, 3 photos

        ... for a Sunday morning! Other than all of the death chat, it was genuinely quite interesting. The way the place has been built to reflect light at certain times of the year is pretty impressive. It's a shame that the ruins are too knackered to climb on, would've loved a good wander around the place properly, A low light was all the local traders, trying to sell these stupidly annoying conch horn things that made a noise like a wild animal. Almost worse than the guys down at Camden ...

        Third times the charm!!

        A travel blog entry by rachels694 on Jan 10, 2014

        77 photos

        ... Chichén Itzá, used cenotes to access underground water, however there were no cenotes at Uxmal. Instead, it was necessary to collect water in chultunes or cisterns, built in the ground.



        It's been told that human sacrifices were often performed at the highest temple of the House of the Magician. With the victim still alive, the priest would rip out the heart with a flint knife and throw the body (allegedly still moving) down the steep steps. YIKES!!!!
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        La policia

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

        ... could bring their papers and prove their legality in the country. But today, they just got a warning and a broad smile and "Adios, ten un buen dia."

        Can you imagine what would have happened to those without their papers in the United States? If US immigration officers went into a community center (like the place where we take classes) in the US where they ...

        Barhopping in Downtown Cuernavaca

        A travel blog entry by porunmejorhoy on May 01, 2012

        ... by the people hanging out on the sidewalk, usually there’s an empty table you can squeeze yourself into. Here you can get a tarro, or a mug, of beer or a liter. They also serve sandwiches and appetizers. Cool artwork lines the walls, and there’s usually lots of hippie/artsy types here. A typical place for Casa HOY to get beers with volunteers.

        Feisbuk. Right next door to Es3, on Comonfort. A bar that I had never really given a chance, I ...

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