Hotel Residencial

Address: Calle 59 No. 589 x 76 Centro, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle 59 No. 589 x 76 Centro, Merida, is near Chichen Itza Ruins, Uxmal, Zoological Park of Centenario ( Parque Zoologico del Centenario), and Merida English Library.
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    Travel Blogs from Merida

    Mexico - Merida & Uxmal

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

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    ... before we reached the entrance to the archaeological site. The admission fee was very expensive (MXN 188 per person) but we weren't surprised as we had read about it before. At about 11.15 we were ready to begin our self-guided tour around the Mayan ruins of Uxmal. It was obviously possible to hire a private guide for MXN 600 (Spanish) or MXN 700 (other languages) but we preferred to follow our own rhythm and save USD 45!

    The most impressive construction of the entire ...

    Quick Pit stop and More...

    A travel blog entry by rkliskey on May 06, 2014

    ... br> I had planned to go out to a few sites around Merida, namely the Ruta Puuc or atleast Uxmal, and then Mayapan, however, having spent the extra day in Valladolid this was no longer possible. So I pulled out the guide book to see what to do in Merida for the one night I was there. It turns out that every Sunday night, the city streets are closed off for pedestrians only, and there is a party at the main square. Just as I was making my way out, none ...

    Return Of The Saggy Blue Trunks Man

    A travel blog entry by doove on Dec 29, 2013

    257 photos

    ... to look at a picture of an alcove yourself, nevermind show it to someone else?! Unless you of course get a picture in front of said alcove, in which case you can say ‘look at me in front of this Mayan alcove’, which I’m really hoping no one would still care about… A couple of special cases even took selfies in front of empty alcoves – honestly, am I missing something here?!

    Maybe I should have got one of the guides who lingered round ...

    Camion

    A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Oct 11, 2013

    I cherish riding public transportation here. It is the pinnacle of my cultural experience. You see how people interact, how they react to you, if they're having a good or bad day, if they are in another world or asleep. It's fascinating the differences you notice during busrides. If you ride around 1 PM, you'll be smooshed by pods of middle and highschoolers headed home in their white, collared shirts tucked into dark pants (boys) and pleated, ...

    Day 71 - Chichen Itza tour

    A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Aug 24, 2013

    27 photos

    ... drive into the Chichen Itza town for a buffet lunch. This was a very nice buffet, they had a good mix of salads, hot dishes and fruit with deserts. I got my man vs food on and ate us much as I could in the time we had. The staff put on a performance of dancing and balancing all kinds of things on their heads, at times it was really impressive. After lunch they took us to a place we had no idea was involved with the tour, a big water hole in a cave in the ground where ...