Los Aluxes

Address: Calle 60 No. 444 x 49 y 51, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Calle 60 No. 444 x 49 y 51, Merida, is near Paseo de Montejo, Anthropology and History Museum, Hacienda Yaxcopoil, and Nunnery Quadrangle.
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      Travel Blogs from Merida

      Merida ... Where the Music Plays on!

      A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Feb 15, 2014

      54 photos

      ... Catherwood. In a way, Frederick Catherwood and John Lloyd Stephens are the reason we are in the Yucatan. Starting in 1839 they discovered many overgrown Mayan ruins and brought them to public attention in "Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan", a travel diary of the trip written by Stephens, illustrated with Catherwood's lithographs. Their style is ...

      La policia

      A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Nov 07, 2013

      Today, the immigration police came to our school. All classes were stopped and we had to line up with our papers to talk with the policewoman, supported by two other immigration officers beside her. She asked for a copy of our passport, to see our tourist visa, asked when we arrived in Mexico, when we were planning to leave. If you had all of your papers, like I did, then ...

      El grito y una banda

      A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Sep 15, 2013

      10 photos

      ... then "El Grito with the Governor pronouncing patriotic palabras ("words") from his balacony until the call and response of "...." "Viva!" "..." "Viva!" from a croud in the thousands, then another concert during which we left to be driven home by a sleepy bus driver that seemed very concerned about how his steering wheel was functioning. Oh, Mexico...how I love that you drive 45 mph with the door wide open and people nearly hanging out to step on the street. Tonight, I ...

      The Glory of their Times [baseball again]

      A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Jul 21, 2013

      ... involve observing the temporal sequence of three events occurring almost simultaneously in two locations: the arrival of the runner at second, the arrival of the ball at second, and the arrival of the runner at home. (And there was just one umpire on the field back then). On a ball hit to the fence, there is normally nothing to decide. I wonder what the decision would be today.
      In a lighter vein, Snodgrass also tells us that ...

      Day 5 lazy day eating out

      A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Jun 19, 2013

      ... look at the score and from what Bobbie said a local asked if i wanted to stand and watch the game with him, I didn't realise and just politely smiled. For lunch Bobbie had some chicken enchiladas and I had a dish that was a chicken schnitzel with pineapple ham and cheese over the top, as well as a jacket potato. We've noticed when you sit down for a restaurant meal they always bring out free breads with corn chips and salsa, so we are always very full by the end of the meal and can't ...