Maria de la Luz Hotel

Address: Calle 42 No. 193 C, Valladolid, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle 42 No. 193 C, Valladolid.
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    Travel Blogs from Valladolid

    Starting our Mexican odyssey at Chichen Itza

    A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Jun 28, 2015

    57 photos

    ... the echo reverberated like the sound of a quetzal bird's call. To think about this level of architectural sophistication in Central America when Europe was groping around in the Dark Ages is quite astonishing. What also caught our attention at Chichén Itzá was the Toltec influence. Unlike at the other Mayan sites, here the site had two distinct phases of occupation, initially constructed by Mayans before it was then conquered and ...

    Chichen Itza

    A travel blog entry by lizrosa on Apr 18, 2015

    17 photos

    ... El Carocol Observatory, and the Platform of Venus dedicated to the planet that was believed to have immense significance as a war God for the Mayans.
    We weren't going to hire a tour guide but after overhearing some we decided we would be missing too much of the history of the people and area if we didn't. We we're glad we did but think our guide was in a hurry to ...

    Valladolid - A beautiful colonial city

    A travel blog entry by brodieandalana on Mar 04, 2015

    36 photos

    ... style with wooden doors and the exteriors to the majority have not been modernised at all. The buildings are a variety of colours making it, visually, very appealing and extremely photogenic (as you can tell by the amount of photos we have put up). The city is used for tourists as a base to visit surrounding archaeological ruins, however there didn't seem to be a lot of tourists around which was nice!

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    Chichen Itza and Ik Kil

    A travel blog entry by dieter44 on Feb 18, 2015

    25 photos

    ... ruins of Chichen Itza are federal property, and the site’s stewardship is maintained by Mexico’s Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (National Institute of Anthropology and History). The land under the monuments had been privately owned until 29 March 2010, when it was purchased by the state of Yucatán.

    Ik Kil
    Entrance fee: 70 Pesos

    The cenote is open to the sky with the water level about ...


    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Jan 26, 2015

    15 photos

    ... before reaching the cenote. It seems impossibly deep - there's no sign of the bottom, and you can safely dive into it from 30 metres above. The roots of several trees dangle into it and its edges are lined with a maze of stalagtites. The best part (for those brave enough, which I was not) is the Tarzan rope that allows you to swing high above the water then let go and plunge deeply into the icey waters.

    Why on earth people skip ...