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

    A travel blog entry by jmrowantravel on Jan 14, 2015

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    ... Muriel's favourite). Some of the friezes and carving are still well preserved. There was a sculpture of the two headed jaguar, the only one remaining in Mexico, the others are overseas.
    The afternoon we went swimming in cenotes (sink holes in English). The whole of the Yucatan pernisula used to be under the sea, the limestone underground had been eroded with underground caves, caverns and rivers. It is likened to a Swiss cheese!! ...

    Plumed serpents, human skulls- you know, the usual

    A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed on Feb 04, 2014

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    ... We got there in the end.

    Next day we headed on to Valladolid, calling in to see Chitzen Itza on the way. The journey was memorable for the air-con on the bus being set to ‘Siberian Winter’ and for the E. P. length set of excruciatingly painful singing by an urchin trying his best to do some busking- poor kid.

    We arrived at Chitzen Itza late, which was bad for being able to leisurely wander about it all (I think ...

    How many steps does your typical Pyramid have?

    A travel blog entry by bteam1 on Nov 16, 2013

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    ... behind them. It was worth the walk to do a closer inspection tho. The samller of the two, the pyramid of the Moon was first. It was an effort and a half to climb - whoever built the steps had 2m long legs and size 1 feet! They were so high and narrow it almost gave me vertigo! We were only allowed half way up that one (thak God said my knees!), but got a great view down the Walk of the Dead, over all the other ruins and the Pyramid of the ...

    Immigration stories cont'd...

    A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Sep 29, 2013

    So, I went to mass with Mama Angelita today. Thank goodness they had a follow-along pamphlet this time so that I could participate. Their priest here is American, and gave a pretty comforting homily about how death is a party for the departed, and we have to remember that as we suffer on earth for the ones that we have lost.

    After mass, Mama insisted on buying me a marquesita (fried dough wrapped in a role filled with cheese and nutella...aka my new craving). Then, ...

    Day 15: Merida

    A travel blog entry by holliem on Sep 18, 2013

    10 photos

    ... some dinner. I found a very nice restaurant just across the road from the hostel. After lunch/dinner I returned to my bunk to do some more blogging and had an early night. While I was disappointed I hadn't seen Chichen Itza I was obviously exhausted and my body was telling me to slow down. Considering I am only 2 weeks into my trip 11 week trip I decided it was best to listen to it.

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