Hotel Ibis Merida
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... boutique property in the centre of town. A great option if you want to be waking distances to restaurants and shops etc.
From Merida to Chichen Itza is a 1 1/2 hour drive.
We take a little longer than that as we stop for another sit inspection at Hacienda San Jose Cholul which is also part of The starwood luxury collection. These haciendas are all so unique. All stunning in their own way. Unique at this one is that the staff are from ...
... assuming his draughtsman ship was accurate, we are looking forward to seeing Uxmal and Tulum to see how the how the detail on the ruins compares almost 200 years later.
We had dinner as Casa Frida afterwards, which deserves a mention for the bright and cheery decor, another homage to Frida Kahlo, together with cosy courtyard, the fabulous food, possibly our best ...
... We used Google Maps to show each other where we come from originally - Samuel is from Granada in the south of Spain. He is a mountain boy and it's clear from speaking to him that he misses the mountians greatly. However, his girlfriend Alexandra is an architect and is there is little work in Spain at the moment, particularly for architects so they moved to Mérida about eight months ago. She is currently in Tobasco with her work and ...
... one, indeed. We spent a very happy couple of hours amongst the ruins climbing up and down as you do when it's available. It has the Pyramid of the Magician which towered over all the other structures. Another great ball court but this time with circles for the ball to go through. Fascinating stuff. Lunch was a traditional pibil experience. They cook the pork and chicken in a pit over hot coals with rocks and a cover for 3 hours. It was delicious, soup of lime and chicken ...
... have seen the look on Becky's face after I made my choice.
I chose a local Yucatán restaurant and was attracted by the little old lady in the corner, wearing traditional dress, making corn tortillas by hand over an open fire. I had the same red chicken dish and Becky’s fears proved unfounded as what she ordered unknowingly turned out to taste like Heinz chicken ...