Montejo Palace

Paseo de Montejo 483-C, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Merida

Colonial Merida & Montezuma's revenge

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke


... out, the Spanish build them by the bucket load. Merida has some of the largest markets around selling everything you could imagine, a small selection of what we saw included fresh flowers, football boots, Indian scarves, livers (probably animal) & food. I was feeling a little ropey and experiencing Montezuma’s revenge. Montezuma was the last Aztec King of Mexico before the Spanish conquered them and he gets his revenge on foreigners you can ...

A Merry Time

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts


... on the tiles and it was lots of fun. The night finished around 4.30am with tacos and I slept like a log as soon as I hit the pillow. The following morning and with not too sore a head, I was once again joined by Anna who'd arrived that morning. It was a swift meeting though and after we'd breakfasted, we headed out around the many stalls of the Sunday market around the square. It was not long before I was off again and hopped on a bus at midday to the nearby ...


A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine


... IN MERIDA. They will figure out if its true or not. Apparently, this has been happening frequently. Someone will get ahold of your itinerary and when you're somewhere with no cell or internet service, they will call your aunt or grandparents and ask for money. When I don't answer any calls, then you freak and send the money. Well, don't.

That night, we practiced for our gig tomorrow at Hennessey's Irish Pub. After practice, we headed to La Bierhaus downtown for ...

Merida road trip

A travel blog entry by cookcorn


... across, Ralf was a good source of information on of life in Yucatan and throughout the trip we learned a couple of interesting facts:

- Merida is the safest city in Mexico, lots of people move here so they can finally drive their expensive car or wear their jewellery without attracting too much unwanted attention.

Most middle class Mexicans do not cook but instead have a Mayan maid doing most of ...


A travel blog entry by felixyorugua


... answer was 'Maya' which literally means ' I don't understand what you are saying!' Another one is Yucatan - which literally means 'I live here and I was born here' - but the Spanish thought it was the name of the land and therefore ended up calling this peninsula Yucatan (where Tulum, playa del Carmen, Cancun and Merida are all located). On the main square, there were several sets of two nice chairs facing each other that sparked ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on Paseo de Montejo 483-C, Merida, is near Chichen Itza Ruins, Uxmal, Spanish School ECORA, and The Spa at Hacienda Xcanatún.
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