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

    Chicken Pizza

    A travel blog entry by anelliceabroad on Jun 19, 2015

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    ... so it was sweeter and warms your throat nicely. We were pleasantly surprised when they had actually taken our picture when we arrived at this place and printed it on a bottle and edited it like a tacky Chichen Itza souvenir but we liked the drink so we went halves. It cost $10 each or £6.42. Can't complain. When we got to Chichen Itza we were given our tickets and went though the barriers. Our tour guide took us round a few of ...

    Chichen Itza

    A travel blog entry by lizrosa on Apr 18, 2015

    17 photos

    ... after getting a couple of phone calls. So we finished looking at everything on our own. The day was so hot & humid, I literally started to melt. But the sights were magnificent. It's amazing what those people accomplished with just man power. In the ball court you can stand at one end and clap and hear an echo. This arena was also used as a theatre and the ...

    Valladolid - A beautiful colonial city

    A travel blog entry by brodieandalana on Mar 04, 2015

    36 photos

    ... br> Or Chicken Pizza as I like to call it, is an ancient city built by the Mayan people from around 600AD, with some buildings built as late as 1200AD. It is located about 30 minutes out of Valladolid.

    The site is really well maintained, most ruins are as the name suggests, in ruins but the major building, and centrepiece, el Castillo (the Castle) was pretty spectacular and in excellent condition. This is arguably the most famous ...

    Chichen Itza and Ik Kil

    A travel blog entry by dieter44 on Feb 18, 2015

    25 photos

    ... 85 ft) below ground level. There is a carved stairway down to a swimming platform. The cenote is about 60 metres (200 ft) in diameter and about 40 metres (130 ft) deep. There are vines which reach from the opening all the way down to the water along with small waterfalls. There are black catfish which swim in the cenote. Cenote Ik Kil is sacred to the Mayans and the Mayans used this cenote for both relaxation and ritual services.


    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Jan 26, 2015

    15 photos

    ... when travelling through the Yucutan I have no idea. After five days I still didn't want to leave. Given I did spend two straight days in bed with the awful and debilitating, yet very effective, food poisoning diet, but I still enjoyed my time. For the next few weeks I found myself complaining that we should have spent more time in Valladolid, until arriving in San Cristobal where I now want to spend the rest of my life. But more on that ...