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

    Parks, plazas and palacios

    A travel blog entry by themcgee on Jan 31, 2015

    21 photos

    ... You've probably seen the ones where children are walking around with names like 'super *****' written over them. My curiosity was satisfied later when I noticed a middle-aged man wearing a very similar shirt with the exact same 'bimbo' name written across it. Obviously this is some sort of brand name here, so now I have to keep my eyes open to see what exactly bimbo does or sells.

    By mid-afternoon I felt I had covered enough of this lovely, little city ...

    Beach day?

    A travel blog entry by nl.opiola on Jan 18, 2015

    5 photos

    ... delicious.......even Rodrigo' s octopus. Next stop the beach, even though it was overcast, windy, and on the cool side. The guys went for beer while we wrapped in towels to keep warm. The guys came back with the most disgusting looking drinks I've ever seen. I've got a pretty strong stomach but this really made me sick. It was in a big Styrofoam cup with red sauce and salt around the rim. Inside was brown liquid and foam ...

    Magical Merida

    A travel blog entry by debndarren on Oct 09, 2014

    2 comments, 71 photos

    Mexico City was amazing and we loved every minute of our stay there. For such a populated city it was pretty clean and the people were very friendly, the language was a bit of a barrier as not a lot of English is spoken even in the main tourist areas, there was alot of hand signals and gestures and alot of laughing at us, but we got always got by. One thing I noticed too was the mexican men seem very respectful towards ...


    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Mar 29, 2014

    4 photos

    ... we had been in.

    When the taxi pulled up at high, narrow doorway set in a windowless blue wall and announced we were at the Nomadas Hostel we were a bit surprised, we quickly scanned the wall and found the smallest sign ever. It was like walking into Doctor Who's Tardis though, there was a huge entrance hall lurking behind the small door which then led onto a large courtyard with seating. Beyond that was an ...


    A travel blog entry by minicooper on Jan 09, 2014

    7 photos

    ... by me in the street carrying a basket of corn to sell, the asked me if I was French and to enjoy my stay there in Merida. I had molletes again for lunch (Mexican beans and cheese on toast), and a sorbet on Merida's version of the Champs Elysee. In Merida, I also tried the, apparently revered, "huitlacoche", which is a fungus that grows on corn...and tastes a bit like truffles. On day two I made most of Merida's title ...