Maria de la Luz Hotel

Calle 42 No. 193 C, Valladolid, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Valladolid

Ek Balan and Chitchen Itza

A travel blog entry by irene.glenn

After crossing the car ferry from Isla Mujeres, we caught a collectivo that dropped us right by the bus station. It was very hot in Cancun, but we found a Centro bus leaving in less than an hour. The bus was second class, but the seats were comfy with new covers and the bus was air-conditioned. I mentioned to Glenn that it was one of the least …

The little town with noises......

A travel blog entry by catasleep

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Road trip in rental car through yucatan from Cancun to Valladolid, our first stop in this amazing journey! Locals were very friendly but they could not understand me at all when we were already lost in Cancun. "Where is Valladoid?!?!" Later, i learned that it pronounced "VY-uh-doe-LEED".

***Video includes all the highlights of our road …

Valladolid

A travel blog entry by leprefrog

334

The trip from Cancun to Valladolid was good. The bus network is really well organised, on time, etc ... It makes it really easy to travel. What a change for me after 5 years of Irish transport! 2nd class buses (Oriente) are really comfy and have air co.

When we arrived in Valladolid the pavements were all destroyed in order to change some …

Day 35- Tulum to Valladolid

A travel blog entry by mbwatrous

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WEATHER: hot in Tulum, warm but pleasant in Valladolid. TOTAL MILEAGE: 70.6 miles All currency is in pesos. I woke up early and took a walk on the beach. I found no shells to collect-- the beach is very rocky-- but it was fun to look and very relaxing to be along the water. I woke Charlie up, got some overpriced coffee ($20/cup) from the hotel …

Chichén Itzá

A travel blog entry by bulaska

11

... shop called "Cacao". They give you a small tour about the history of chocolate for free. Then you can see women preparing chocolate manually (!) And at the end there is a tasting of chocolate with flavour like tequila, ginger, chili, cinnamon, etc. There is also a special flavor for the Maya liqueor called "Xtabentun" - made of Maya flower, honey and anise. Of course, you can also purchase their chocolate or their chocolate beauty products. They are quite pricey, but worth it! :-) ...

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