Intercontinental Presidente Merida
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... Mayan architecture and learn about the amazing Palace of the Governors and mystical Pyramid of the Magician, which consists of five super-imposed temples. The acoustics in the quadrangles which are representative of each dynasty are impressive and a single hand clap echoes back at us sounding like a chirping bird.
We climb one of the pyramids for a stunning view of the green canopy and realise how expansive the site is. By now we are all melting under the hot midday sun and ...
... br> Mérida is a city with lots of museums and most of them are for free. We visited the Contemporary Art Museum Macay - well worth visiting with many contemporary Mexican artists exhibiting there. Another one was the Casa de Montejo - very small, only three exhibit rooms, but nice to visit. Very recommendable are the murals of Fernando Pacheco, which can be found in the Palacio de Gobierno.
The lights on the buildings around the Zocalo with the many horse-drawn carriages waiting for their mainly tourists made this a worthwhile yet brief introduction to the 'white city' Merida, the capital of the Yucatan province.
Mérida is the capital of the Mexican State of Yucatán and largest city of the ...
... a fantastic cook, and she wants to come cook for us one time. Woot!
After awhile, I find out why her nephew didn't know his way around. He had been living in the United States for the past 32 years. He graduated from engineering school in Merida, moved to the states to work in construction for better pay, then returned to take care of his mother on their bee farm after his father passed away a couple of months ago. Now in Merida, he works on construction projects for ...
the truly vital role of sorting out music on the doctor’s phone which was then
placed on the table behind him, from which such wonders as Oasis and Blur were
followed by Britney and Lady Gaga, McFly and some local music; a fairly
eclectic mix. The first surgery was to put a plate onto the snapped radius of
an elderly woman, and aside from the slightly eighties horror movie-esque blood
squirt from the first incision was all very civilised. The ...