Hotel San Clemente

Address: 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

    Good bye

    A travel blog entry by bpx805 on Apr 26, 2016

    I will leave to mty at 6:45 am course international airport of Mexico. I will arrive at 7:30am. then, the next flight it left at 10:45am to be heading for the airport of Madrid, Spain with arrival 18:50pm. I will wait for until 9:45pm for to leave in direct flight to the mumbai airport. ...

    Mega travel

    A travel blog entry by goeran on Oct 14, 2015

    11 photos

    Day 12: today we travelled. had our last breakfast in real de catorce at meson de la abundancia...I had swiss-mexican roesti...very good. we started in real de catorce pretty much around noon and without much upfront planning we arrived to chihuahua within 18 hours. detailing this trip it was 2 hours back to matehuala, 4 hours to monterrey and 8 hours to chihuahua...all by bus, pretty neat. I am reflecting about when a good experience becomes a ...

    Valladolid, Mexico

    A travel blog entry by teamsharry on Aug 26, 2015

    6 photos

    ... hidden off the highway. Cenotes are ancient sinkholes filled with rainwater collected over thousands of years and usually the brightest and clearest water you can imagine. Many are found in caves and have to be one of the coolest things in the world. We began at Cenote X-Keken where we had the cave all to ourselves. The water is beautiful and refreshing and it's pretty amazing to be swimming around with bats flying overhead! There is just one opening on the roof ...

    Starting our Mexican odyssey at Chichen Itza

    A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Jun 28, 2015

    57 photos

    ... Jaguar Temple adjacent to it. The ball court still has the stone rings standing, which are set so high it is unfeasible that they could have been used like in other Mayan sites, where players hit heavy rubber balls through them using only their hips. The acoustics within the court were phenomenal, with voices carrying between the walls with ease. We would later discover that there was also a spot in front of the pyramid where if ...

    We Hit the Roads of Northern Mexico

    A travel blog entry by aircor on Dec 28, 2014

    4 comments, 5 photos

    12/28/14 4:03 AM

    Ok, I know the previous stories were getting a little boring perhaps. I mean what happens travelling the great ribbons of roads that make the USA what it is to us travellers, although they are not thought of nor appreciated by everyone in the USA who has to get anywhere at anytime, their highway system is the best, bar none, and most of it is free, at least all of the roads we took from Port Huron to Mercedes Tx. They are clean, well maintained, ...