Hotel Posada Toledo

Address: Calle 58 X 57 N0 487 Centro, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle 58 X 57 N0 487 Centro, Merida, is near Chichen Itza Ruins, Spanish School ECORA, Galeria Merida, and The Spa at Hacienda Xcanatún.
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      Mexico - Merida & Uxmal

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Oct 13, 2014

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      ... per person

    • Oriente: 2nd-class, taking a non-toll road, 7 hours, MXN 220 per person
    • Since we considered these buses to be too expensive we tried to ask a few people in the street whether there was another cheaper bus going to Merida, but their answer was always negative. I even suggested that we could try to hitchhike but we finally dismissed this option for being too dangerous. We simply had to accept the fact that Mexico's public transport was very pricey, ...


      A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Jul 07, 2014

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      ... marvelled at some incredible murals, depicting Mayan suffering at the hands of the conquistadors and various revolutionary figure such as Salvador Alvarado (see photo). Then, on to the cathedral, followed by the museo de arte popular. I got there exactly when they opened at 10am after having seen one of the three remaining and impressive arches of the city. The collection has various examples of folk art including skeletons in various costumes, doing various things and ...

      Third times the charm!!

      A travel blog entry by rachels694 on Jan 10, 2014

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      ... 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!!!!

      To Mérida

      A travel blog entry by acrossthesun on Oct 22, 2013

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      I felt pangs of sadness in the morning as I said goodbye to the hostel staff, and of course Eddy, Astrid and Jon. I think Jon was happy to be going home soon having spent six weeks on the road prior to arriving in Cancún. He had a cool day planned though, a 30 km bike ride with Manu, a member of the hostel staff.

      The bus ride to Mérida was extremely straightforward and somewhat enjoyable; the bus was air conditioned and roomy so it was quite comfortable. I ...

      I Told You I Don't Like Caves

      A travel blog entry by adipeery on Jul 05, 2013

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      ... living in a ramshackle in Mexico. I take that away with me and keep it in my pocket anytime I start complaining that life is difficult. We arrived back at the Hacienda ready for a lovely photo shoot by the pool. Ten minutes into our swim we were attacked by savage horseflies and were forced to retreat to the safety of our rooms. That night I woke at 2am as I am typical to do, to witness an 18th century black iron wheelchair hovering suspiciously over my ...