Maria de la Luz Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... We arrived early in the morning before the tourist groups came through and had the pleasure of these otherworldly swimming holes to ourselves for the most part. But our favourite Cenote was San Lorenzo Oxman. An easy 3km walk from town among some beautiful but occasionally rubbish strewn farm land, you can find this gem. It's only 30 pesos to enter, and set in an emaculate old hacienda. You walk down a candlelit stairwell of around 8 flights ...
... big, and as wise as I am I had brought my swimming stuff. Unluckily, my towel was in the laundry and I only had that one. Well, I’d find another possibility to dry off, if not the sun would do the job. I changed and wanted put my stuff in one of the lockers that were standing a bit in the back, they were not equipped with locks, but hey, I brought my own lock for a reason. As I was shoving my backpack into the locker, a hurried employee of the place rushed to my ...
... in Merida because we planned to take a traditional photo with our national flags in front of the Temple of Kukulkan (Kukulkan Pyramid or El Castillo). The weather was fabulous so early in the morning; the air was still fresh so it was a real pleasure to breathe it in and our skin wasnīt exposed to the burning sun. We felt like we couldnīt have made a better decision!
We reached the ticket counter a few minutes before 8.00. Our timing was simply perfect! We had to pay MXN ...
... Quick fact, each side of El Castillo has 91 steps. When you add up the steps on all four sides and then add in the top platform as a step, you get 365 steps, one for each day of the year. Clever people. The complex took us a good two hours to explore, by which time the hordes of visitors more than quadrupled and the many vendors began reaping the financial rewards. So to gain a good idea about this impressive world heritage site, our pictures can do more than our words. Phil & Mups ...
... all explored and found:
- Temple/pyramid of Kukulcan: it's the symbol from this side - and a shame you can't climb on it anymore... but it is one amazing looking free standing pyramid: constructed in 850 AD at the end of a 52 year cycle and in honor to ...