Hotel Santa Lucia

Colonia Centro, C.P. 97000, Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, 87770, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Colonia Centro, C.P. 97000, Playa del Carmen, is near Chichen Itza Ruins, Uxmal, Merida English Library, and Galeria Merida.
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Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen

The pool, delicious mojito's and a private dinner!

A travel blog entry by angandjen on Sep 12, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... in the walls. We were seated at the Teppanyaki table and given a menu and water. The menu had edamame, miso soup and yakimashi which was fried rice and spouts with all sorts of choices for teppankaki. There was steak, chicken, salmon, scallops, shrimp, octopus and grilled fish. The menu was mainly to decided what type of Teppanyaki you wanted and the other 2 items were so you could see what you were getting.

Our waiter was Raul (pronounced ...

Beach Day at Paamul

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Mar 22, 2014

9 photos

... zone.

Handily enough the cart was next to the stop for colectivos (like a minibus taxi with everyone going in the same direction and paying their own fare) departing towards Tulum. Following another local tip we got, we took a minibus to Paamul. We were dropped off on the main highway about 15min out of town from where it was an easy walk down to the beach on a dirt road. It is a gated beach area, but there is no fee to enter. The only ...

Lost Cities

A travel blog entry by kryten4b on Dec 21, 2012

1 comment, 28 photos

... and after an authentic Mexican breakfast we set off to our first ruin, Dzibilchaltun, just outside of Merida. Unlike the famed Chichen Itza, Dzibilchaltun still remains largely buried, restoration at this site encompasses around 85 square km. Dzibilchaltun was occupied from 300 BC to the time of the Spanish conquest, making it the longest continually occupied Mayan city.

The best part about Dzibilchaltun is ...

New City, New Family, Same Dirty Backpack

A travel blog entry by findscore on Nov 11, 2012

1 comment, 5 photos

... and papaya trees they planted.

Later Saturday night, one of Lesa and Gabriel's daughters, Gaby, and her boyfriend took us to an annual festival-carnival (Feria Yucatan) in a town called Xmatkuil. There were tons of lights, music, rides, games, junk foods, and of course people selling things--from handicrafts, household items, to cows. We played some games, shot some BB guns, and rode on a rickety old roller coaster that would make safety inspectors in ...

Day at leisure and good football results from UK

A travel blog entry by wendy.gardiner on May 19, 2012

39 photos

Saturday 19th May 2012 Day of leisure

No need to worry about being ready for a certain time as we have the day to ourselves so are going to play tourists and take the tourist bus round the city.

The City of Merida was founded in 1542 by Spanish Conquistador Francisco de Montejo, he named it Merida because it reminded him of the ruined Roman city of the same name ...