La Casa de los Angeles

Address: Marina del Cid, Lote 15 , Puerto Morelos, Riviera Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, 01800, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Marina del Cid, Lote 15 , Puerto Morelos, is near Crococun Zoo, Collectivo de Artesanos de Puerto Morelos (Puerto Morelos Artists' Cooperative), and Rosario & Marco's Art Shoppe.
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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Morelos

    Puerto Morelos

    A travel blog entry by wheresindi on Feb 15, 2014

    9 photos

    We got off the plane happy that we could eat, sad that we're not in Cuba, a little smarter and a little wiser. Knowing what to do at the airport this time, we didn't get hussled and we got onto a bus to Puerto Morelos, a sleepy village on the water where Americans retire and which has only slightly been touched by a couple of big ...

    Calendars, mathematics and human sacrifice

    A travel blog entry by lucytowill on Jul 11, 2013

    4 comments, 9 photos

    ... One of our group was a Spanish guy who said to the guide Eduardo "well wasn't it a good thing that we came over here and civilised you". Watching Eduardo try to retain his professionalism and not knock the guy out was very funny. Then some Americans jumped in and started bandying words around to the Spaniard like "strategic genocide for gold" and "inquisition"; was all very amusing for the rest of ...

    7.3.1 Chitchen Itza

    A travel blog entry by sam.floy on Jan 02, 2013

    11 photos

    ... heads were on sticks above them

    Fun Fact #33 - human sacrifices took place on the Main temple. Look away now if you don't want to read the description. The alive enemy would be laid across a ceremonial table with four men holding an ankle or wrist. When the sign was given from the Chief (dressed with an Eagle headdress) the men would pull down, breaking the back. The Eagle would then thrust a dagger deep into the chest and with surgeon-like ...

    Lately, some Ruins...

    A travel blog entry by byebyesnow on Dec 17, 2012

    6 photos

    ... We then headed out to the ruins at Coba.. but were first told we had a special stop coming. Turning right at Coba we drove maybe 20 minutes along a more rural highway, passing little villages that epitomized what true rural Mexico probably looks like. Dogs ran on the highway, mothers with children walked beside, and we saw less of the touristy wares for sale. We finally stopped and Victor told us we were to visit a true Mayan villa. (not village - just one family's residence)


    The Magic of Mexico

    A travel blog entry by simbrent on Jun 21, 2012

    10 photos

    ... onto our stop for the night Oaxaca (pronounced wahaka) which is a state poor in natural resources but rich in history and culture. Specialties here include chocolate, mezcal (like tequila but made from a different type of cactus) and grasshoppers – of which I tried all 3. The chocolate, the hot chocolate especially, is the most delicious I’ve ever tasted we actually saw them make chocolate which in Mexico is only cacao beans, sugar and cinnamon, so ...