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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      Mexico - Chichen Itza & Valladolid

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Oct 15, 2014

      64 photos

      ... centuries old stone terraces of this new wonder of the world. There was practically nobody around; it was just us and something strange hanging in the air….as if the spirits of ancient Mayas were still there, enjoying that spectacular play of lights and shades together with us, the early bird visitors.

      The Kukulkan Pyramid stands about 30 meters high and consists of a series of 9 square terraces. The temple has a fašade made of a plain panel and a frieze, whose ...

      Visiting a 7th wonder - Chichen Itza

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on May 25, 2014

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... entrance fee of 200ish pesos and wander in to look at one of the seven wonders. El Castillo (the Castle) is the first thing that you will see in Chichen Itza. This pyramid is the structure that is one of the seven wonders. It is majestic in size and commands your attention. As you walk around the pyramid, you will see that each side reflects a different level of wear and tear. The front section (the side that you will see first) is well maintained and the ...

      Valladolid and Ek-Balam

      A travel blog entry by princesspanky on Apr 08, 2014

      19 photos

      ... Mike was happy just to use the rope swing. It was so refreshing and peaceful but it felt slightly odd swimming in a hole so far down. We got a bit carried away in the cenote and got to our taxi driver half an hour late but we brought him a coke to keep him happy. Mexicans love coke, this is the only country I've been to where you can buy 3 litre bottles of the stuff. Back in town we asked the driver for any restaurant recommendations for lunch and ...

      Chichen Itza

      A travel blog entry by alexxjscott on May 09, 2013

      11 photos

      ... for it and just jumped in, felt like ages until I was back at the surface! Josh took a quick picture as evidence while I swam about trying not to touch or think about the fish! A few miles down the road we got to Chichen Itza. We followed a guide around who told us what it was built for and how it was used, it's like a 4 sided pyramid with steps up to the top. There's loads of stalls around and everybody is in the shade cause if was so ...

      Chichen Itza

      A travel blog entry by raroboy on Jan 25, 2010

      96 photos

      ... 8211; sometimes wonder how the real historians found out what it was used for in the old days-and how much actually lives in their fantasy: they say through the little openings they observed the stars and planets, since they are aligned with the compass rose.