Paseo De Montejo

Paseo De Montejo 482, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97000, Mexico | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by davidandmaria


... we had been in.

When the taxi pulled up at high, narrow doorway set in a windowless blue wall and announced we were at the Nomadas Hostel we were a bit surprised, we quickly scanned the wall and found the smallest sign ever. It was like walking into Doctor Who's Tardis though, there was a huge entrance hall lurking behind the small door which then led onto a large courtyard with seating. Beyond that was an ...


A travel blog entry by minicooper


... how "rich, white Mexicans" are not really Mexicans, the only Mexicans are the Mayans, and about how Europeans make the worse tourists...great, thanks. There seems to be a similar racism here in Mexico between people from pure Mayan decent and those with Mayan and Spanish blood, similar to the attitudes in Peru between people from the Andes and those from the cities. I did have a nice experience, however, with a senora who, ...

La comida rica

A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine


Today was all about food.

Lunch was amazing. Mine and I gobbled up chicken cooked in salsa verde, wrapped in hot tortillas with the Mexican version of sour cream and guacamole. We washed it down with cold iced tea, all the while talking about our beloved pets back home in between and during large bites.

For my Latin American Culture class today, we had to go to "el Mercado," Merida's version of a farmer's market. So. ...

Week Seven

A travel blog entry by sian_and_jim


... ruins. The site is very interesting, located in a jungle setting with some of the best relief carvings and detail on the monuments that we have seen so far. They estimate that only 10% of the site has been excavated with the vast majority of the ruins still covered with growth. Despite our best hopes (and very good luck up until this point) we were reminded that in parts of Central America this is considered the rainy season and an afternoon downpour rushed us through the ...

Conquistadors, Color, and Cooking

A travel blog entry by katdiana


... the rest of the dinner was being prepared. Chef Luis was so much fun. He was laid back but really informative. We got a huge meal for only 20 pesos. There's not a better deal anywhere. Plus the group of people at the class were all great. A bunch of us ended up going out after the class and drinking way too much until way too late. There is nothing like this life. No where else will a US couple, a German airline ...


This hotel, located on Paseo De Montejo 482, Merida, is near Chichen Itza Ruins, Spanish School ECORA, Galeria Merida, and The Spa at Hacienda Xcanatún.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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