Las Tres Palmas Hotel

Calle Venus Ote 88, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, 77780, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tulum

Beachside Ruins

A travel blog entry by rainman2468

10

... hostel so it was nice and quiet....that was until one of the owners turned on some classic power ballads on max volume. He didn't speak English so I had to quickly google translate the situation to him...it must have been a foreign concept to him because he definitely didn't understand but he turned down his tunes.


The next morning we checked out and had some breakfast before catching a shuttle north to Playa Del Carmen....2 more stops :-O
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The Journey Continues

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria

5

... speciality, were on the menu so we ordered some. We had no idea what it was but Alex, of Jalapeños Auckland, had recommended we try them. It was a fried tortilla filled with beans and topped with chicken, lettuce and red onion - very tasty!! We also ordered 'quekas', again we had no idea what that was but it turned out to be a quesadilla. Lucky for us we decide on the early dinner as they were closing when we left, before 7pm.
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New Year, New Beginnings... Same Plonker.

A travel blog entry by doove

212

... took my license off me, and said i’d have to go to the police station to retrieve it and pay a 1600 peso (about £80 fine). Cue a bit of negotiation and bribery, and was in the end able to give him 400 cash in hand and get my license back on the spot. Having a bit of Spanish and not being American definitely helped with all of this – not that I was particularly pleased to pick up a fine when I barely have any cash left :(

Anyway, whacked the car on a boat and went ...

Day 22: Cóba & Grand Cenote

A travel blog entry by holliem

21

... no gears but at least had brakes on the handle bars as opposed to yesterday's backwards pedal job. Haha. After about 5-10 mins cycling we could see the bike parking and all the bike taxis in their bay and we knew we had made it to the big one. This temple was 42m high and is the highest temple in the yucatan state, and as if I wasn't all ready hot and sweaty from the bike ride, we decided to climb it. Half way up I was unsure as why I had decided to climb yet another ruin in ...

Mexico

A travel blog entry by deckno

1
25

... From what I've seen so far, Mexico is not a very cycle friendly country. The roads are poor, the cars are erratic, street lights are few and far between, literally! All rental bikes are "burner" bikes, the cheap ones that people use in the desert with the pedal back brakes and big fat saddles made for comfort, not speed! Interestingly enough though, there is a known thing in Mexico where people get together in cities around the main square about 9 or 10pm Friday night ...

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This hotel, located on Calle Venus Ote 88, Tulum, is near Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Mexi-Divers, Cenote Crystal, and Avenida Tulum.
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