Libros y Suenos

Address: 200 calle 23, Telchac Puerto, Yucatan Peninsula, 060516, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 200 calle 23, Telchac Puerto, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      On the way to Chichen Itza

      A travel blog entry by michadventure on Sep 09, 2014

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      ... of more developed areas again. In the main square is the oldest cathedral on the American continent. There is also a new museum which is very modern including touch screens with three languages maya, Spanish and English. There are shopping centres here. Big malls and whilst in the 16th Century Merida was the most important city in Southern Mexico - today it is a big cosmopolitan city where big companies have invested huge amounts of funds into the ...

      The 'I don't understand' people

      A travel blog entry by belle_precieux on May 20, 2014

      It is our first day in Merida and met a fellow pack backer Christina from Berlin, Germany who just graduated from Masters of Molecular Biotechnology and travelling from Mexico to Guatemala. We kicked off the morning with a fascinating local tour of the independence plaza. This was originally a Mayan ruin which the conquistadors built atop ...

      Mayan ruins Dzibilchaltun

      A travel blog entry by jormaontour on May 05, 2014

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      ... it was,not so easy. You are in a sleepy place where are no labes nor information how to go to the ruins. So you need to ask. I found a boy who told that he know the place. He worked there :)

      He told me that i must stay in one corner snd wait when the motorbike taxis are comming. They will take me there. This was the same place where the collective left me. So i only needed to wait 5 minutes more. This transport took 10 minutes and cost ten pesos. I think ...

      Week Seven

      A travel blog entry by sian_and_jim on Aug 19, 2013

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      After a moderate bus ride (meaning - just long enough for us to feel moderately ill) from San Cristobal de las Casas we arrived in Palenque, notable for the Mayan ruins located close to the town. We elected to stay in the jungle closer to the ruins rather than the main pueblo to fully absorb the jungle experience. We stayed at the Jungle Palace... not so much a palace but nice, basic accommodation with our cabana backing onto a small creek. After dropping off our bags we headed ...

      Driving, Diving, and Drizzles

      A travel blog entry by katdiana on Feb 28, 2013

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      ... a small craft arts museum. There are also a couple lesser-known Mayan ruins in the town. You can see one small one from the courtyard in the museum.
      We wandered and found another - Itzamatul. The grounds are just open and there was this very inviting staircase, so we climbed it. It's not terribly huge, but the view from the top was absolutely stunning. It was raining, and the clouds were hanging low over the tops of the trees. The ...