Hotel San Clemente

Calle 42 # 206, Valladolid, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle 42 # 206, Valladolid, is near Catedral Metropolitana, Centro Cultural Alfa, Cintermex, and Museo Nacional de la Revolución.
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    Travel Blogs from Valladolid

    Valladolid, jolie petite ville coloniale, calme

    A travel blog entry by antheaa on Aug 01, 2014

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    Notre première soirée puis nuit à l'écart des flots de touristes de Cancun et sa région. Valladolid est une petite ville, très calme, avec en son centre une grande place très animée et une cathédrale qui domine. Sur la place, le soir, une multitude de petits stands qui vendent des objets souvenirs pour touristes mais aussi des portefeuilles, des dé …

    Mexico City Festival

    A travel blog entry by veteranroadie on Sep 07, 2014

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    ... a gig at a festival.
    Today's festival was a city celebration in Monterrey Mexico. We arrived two find that we were loading in through mud and were slipping on everything. We could only get so much loaded in because we had to share the stage with other groups. In essence it was similar to a Bonnaroo or Lalapalooza festival. Since we were the headliner for Saturday night, we were the first in and last out. We didn't even take the stage until ...

    Chichen Itza!

    A travel blog entry by deni367 on May 08, 2014

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    ... many people. I was even able to take photos of the main pyramid (the castle) without anyone else in the shot. By the time I had finished exploring the site, there were about 30 tour groups of 40+ people overwhelming the entrance gates. It was a real good idea to go so early. I managed to see everything, the cenote where they found sacrificial remains, the huge ball court and the thousand columns. It was amazing finally coming to Chichen Itza after it ...

    Should I Stay, or should I go?

    A travel blog entry by rkliskey on Apr 26, 2014

    ... We got the tickets and entered. Unlike the last, this was underground and there was a narrow path leading into the depths below. It was humid inside and there were LOTS of people. Its obvious why they are there though, as its a spectacular sight. There is a puncture in the ceiling with one beam of light penetrating through, reflecting off the water and lighting up the walls, which are full of s'mites and tites. The water is cold and deep, but not everywhere, there is ...

    Climbing in El Potrero Chico

    A travel blog entry by wheresindi on Mar 16, 2014

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    ... and made it to the top, 10 hours since starting, they were totally wrecked and exhausted sitting 650m above the ground. They made it down in 3 hours simultaneously rapping to a total of 13 hours for the day.

    On weekends there were more people around as the locals came climbing or visited the pools near to the climbing crags. One weekend there was a horse festival on where the local riders, on western saddles and dressed in cowboy hats had events like cantering past a ...