Piramide Inn

Address: 15-A, Chichén Itzá, Yucatan Peninsula, 97751, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 15-A, Chichén Itzá, is near Kukulcan Pyramid, Eco-Arqueological Park Ikil, Ball Courts, and Gran Juego de Pelota.
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      Travel Blogs from Chichén Itzá

      I Don't Care if it is Cheaper than Kmart

      A travel blog entry by debnkev on Nov 08, 2014

      7 photos

      ... Our first stop before the ruins was one of the more magnificent of these at the Ik Kil cenote. This vast cavity has a drop from the ground level to the surface of the water of nearly 90 feet and then the pool itself is a depth of another 150 feet of cool, refreshing water to the caves floor. It is easy to understand why the Red Bull cliff diving championships would choose such an idealic setting for a stop on their tour, but as I stood on it's ...

      Mexico - Chichen Itza & Valladolid

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Oct 15, 2014

      64 photos

      ... centuries old stone terraces of this new wonder of the world. There was practically nobody around; it was just us and something strange hanging in the air….as if the spirits of ancient Mayas were still there, enjoying that spectacular play of lights and shades together with us, the early bird visitors.

      The Kukulkan Pyramid stands about 30 meters high and consists of a series of 9 square terraces. The temple has a façade made of a plain panel and a frieze, whose ...

      Chichen Itza

      A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Jul 06, 2014

      2 photos

      ... often as deemed necessary. There was an observatory too and a pyramid of tombs.

      After this tantalising experience I had a Leon dark beer and was given a complimentary licqueur made of the hioney of a Queen bee and aniseed. On the way home the 2nd class bus proved to be a pain in the ass; not least due to not having a toilet. Also, at night, there are no reading lights.

      Word/ term of the day - jamon de pavo = turkey meat
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      Visiting a 7th wonder - Chichen Itza

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on May 25, 2014

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... thee to a nunnery” to a blank faced Hinesh…) – the ruins here were pretty cool. Still sandstone in appearance and the carvings on the bricks were still quite visible. The other favourite was Grand Juego de Pelota – this was the old ball court where the Mayans would play sport. There was a structure in this court that had very clear drawings on the bricks. I got excited thinking they were hieroglyphics but on a closer look through the zoom lens ...

      Chichen Itza

      A travel blog entry by georgeandlol on Apr 08, 2014

      28 photos

      ... crafts completely overshadowed the experience of being in the ancient city. We popped into the gift shop on the way out to buy an iced coffee and when the lady said they were $7 each we decided best we head on our way! When we had arrived there were 2 buses in the parking lot, when we left there were at least 2 dozen! The backpacking I think has come to an end and we're right in the middle of a package holiday ...