Hotel Posada Toledo
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... our way over to a nearby square and found a burger bar. The burgers were amazing, but were served with crisps that were described as chips, so that was a but of a disappointment. I miss chips. While we were eating there were lots of local children practising dance routines on a stage in the square. They were having so much fun, it was really sweet.
We walked off the burger by exploring a different area of town that was actually modelled on the Champs ...
... she managed to get in. Chris and I were on a side seat and a large buxom woman got on and managed to get in beside us Our knees were hitting the people on the other side so when someone gets off, or on, they had to finagle their way out between the knees. And they don't worry about speed bumps or speed or yellow lights or red for that matter. Seems they all mean caution. But we made it. Walked to the bus ...
... those effing bird whistles. Actually, definitely worse.
Straight from Chichen Itza, we headed to a local Cenote (natural well/hole in the ground) to go swimming. It was a bit like a random cave full of water, dug deep into the ground, it looked quite impressive. I fannied about for ages, seeing as I'm a terrible swimmer, but eventually got in. It took me ages to get the courage up, but I finally managed to man up enough to dive in from one of the platforms too. I'm such a **** ...
... br> After a wonderful day touring this site we decided to head into the town of Merida to do some trinket shopping on our last full day in the area.
Merida is a colorful town and is the capital of the Mexican state of Yucatán and largest city of the Yucatán Peninsula. It is located in the northwest part of the state, about 35 kilometres (22 miles) from the Gulf of Mexico coast. The city, like much of the state, has heavy Mayan, French, British and to a lesser ...
... a slow learner or an excelled learner that you are "left behind." Sounds like the US. This conversation then wiggled into a conversation about education in Cuba. Dona Angelita has friends that are married and live here in Merida, but are from Cuba. "Beautiful, good people," she says. "My very good friends." Well, they left Cuba because they did not feel like they could reach their full potential as humans or do what they desired in life work-wise. Mama explained ...