Hotel Santa Ana

Address: Calle 45 # 503 entre 60 y 62 , Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Calle 45 # 503 entre 60 y 62 , Merida, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Merida

    The first day out

    A travel blog entry by kaneryan on Aug 31, 2014

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    ... bus trip wasn't too boring but there were no extravagant sights to see along the journey, mainly just jungle and trees. Once we arrived the bus driver gave passengers head bands with torches attached and told everyone to be back by 11:30am. We walked around the pathway for a fair bit until we came to one of the caverns. We had a bit of a climb and then explored different caverns for about two hours. The morning was a great way to start the trip by getting ...

    MERIDA MERIDA MERIDA!!!

    A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 06, 2014

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    ... gather to watch the world go by. I love the zocolos, they really bring a peacefulness and tranquilness to the central point of a busy city. We spent the day strolling around town. As we explored all the vibrant streets we met a lovely local man who taught us all about the weaving of the foldable Panama hats, the tradition and history behind their hammocks and Merida itself. The oldest building on the square is the Casa de Montejo. The outside of the building depicts scenes ...

    FLAMINGOS

    A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Nov 10, 2013

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    (Although the map on this blog says that I am in Merida today, I'm actually in Celestun...the computer wasn't working with me.)

    Today, I went with the KIIS program to the biosphere reserve at Ria Celestun to see mangroves and flamingos! The biosphere reserve tourism aspect (such as taking visitors out in the small boats through the mangroves and to see the flamingos) is run by local people, trained by conservationists who worked with the state of Mexico ...

    First day of school...

    A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Sep 17, 2013

    ... with a profesor/wildlife management biologist from Merida. Never have I had a night class, so by the time that was over at 7 PM and I walked the 20 min back to my house, I was exhausted. I walked into a living room with stuffed couches. 8 people, 2 I knew. With a fried brain, I said my "mucho gusto" to mama's nephews and neices, warmed up a quick dinner and headed to mi cuarto. Homework time. PEACE & ...

    Beans, beans good for the heart, the more you eat

    A travel blog entry by cookcorn on Jun 05, 2013

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    ... and gastronomy! The idea was that we’d go through the market and buy the ingredients we needed for the lunch we would prepare: Sopa de Lima (yay!), Pollo Pibil (a Mayan dish) and some sort of lime dessert containing a lot of condensed milk. We started with the chilies – Habaneros – these little suckers make other chillies look like 'try-hards'. Good news for people with stomach ulcers who love chilli though: Habaneros only burn your mouth ...