Piedra de Agua Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... another of the Starwood luxury collection. This gorgeous hacienda has only 12 rooms and has retained it's original charm. It's location in the jungle means that the mossy paths that lead to the rooms are a little slippery but makes you feel truly like a part of the history of the region. Feeling completely isolated with only a restaurant, swimming pool and welcoming rooms we all feel that we could return to this spot.
We continue on for another 2 hours by bus to ...
Mérida was a nice change from the hot beach town which is Tulum. It's an 4-hour bus drive to get there (282 MXN with ADO) and the city doesn't lie on the sea shore so it was a relief for our sunburnt skin.
We started our first day there by having a great breakfast at "Chaya Maya" in the city center. They have delicious breakfasts and the service is exceptional! We tried some Yucatán ...
... up for the day. No photos but one covered local market is like another. It would have been really bustling earlier in the day.
Then into the main San Idelfonso Cathedral and a service was held in a side chapel. So that meant that I could photograph the giant 7.65 metre Christ of Unity on a 12 metre cross above the ...
So, I went to mass with Mama Angelita today. Thank goodness they had a follow-along pamphlet this time so that I could participate. Their priest here is American, and gave a pretty comforting homily about how death is a party for the departed, and we have to remember that as we suffer on earth for the ones that we have lost.
After mass, Mama insisted on buying me a marquesita (fried dough wrapped in a role filled with cheese and nutella...aka my new craving). Then, ...
... t really like it until you adjust and get used to your surroundings, not Merida, we loved it straight away. As we walked around a man came up to us and started talking to us, he welcomed us to Merida and asked where we were from and about our travels, he worked at a restaurant and gave us a card to come for dinner later, he was a very nice man, then he took us to the Mayan markets where they sell all the hand made hammocks, hats, tapestry and jewelry. After he left ...