Maria de la Luz Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... out some other techniques and because the building design is round concrete seems to be the best option. Wood which I usually build with in Canada is not the best for the long term because of rot and termites here. We will use local limestone rocks to build part of the structure.
The house will be round with living walls and gardens on the roof. Having gardens on the roof will mean that we don't have to cut more trees to ...
... 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 ...
... happy and young and older kids are playing throughout the towns without parental supervision. The people throughout the areas we have visited are extremely polite and helpful. They go out of their way to answer questions and help you with anything you need. Many North Americans could learn a few things from them.
It was yet another great day with many sites to marvel at. ...
... gave us a private tour! We were the only ones in the whole establishment for the 1+ hour tour which was a nice change to the normally busy tourist traps.
Art aside, the house was amazing… It was a classic Mexican style with an open courtyard in the centre, bright colours and lots of natural light. The owners must be extremely wealthy as they have 5 guest rooms, riddled with art and of expensive taste with marble floors and ...
... just after 8am. More importantly we were leaving before the regularly scheduled buses and tour companies, so that within forty-five minutes we were already inside Chichen Itza without any queuing and before even the local hawkers had set up stall.
As you walk into the site, you are immediately aware of the huge El Castillo pyramid right in front of you as it soars up to 100 feet. This is the daddy of the site. Unfortunately like a lot of ...