Piramide Inn

15-A, Chichén Itzá, Yucatan Peninsula, 97751, Mexico | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Chichén Itzá

Chichen Itza

A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael


... Then I arrived at the ancient ball coat; the largest in the Americas. The rules of the game are not clear, although hips, shoulders and heads were used and the ball had to go through a hole in a rind high up on a wall. Those that broke the rules or lost would be sacrificed and a wall of reliefs depicting skulls of these unfortunate sould as well as enemies captured in battle, was there for everybody to see. Again, clapping and ...

Visiting a 7th wonder - Chichen Itza

A travel blog entry by heinzdora


... and we were taking water and food breaks. I was then the one that lost the bounce in my step and Hinesh was ok. We saw some tourists wearing Mexican sombreros and I told Hinesh he should wear one too but all I got was the Look. I’ll get him to wear one before we leave, watch this space…. The crowds also got bigger and it was harder to wait for people to move out of your shot as the day got on.

We leave Chichen Itza around 12pm. Hinesh ...

Moving on to Valladolid

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria


... by the staff.

We had a wander round town in search of a coffee. That is actually a difficult task when vendors keep offering beer instead even though it was still morning. During our search, we came across a street cart selling pork tortas and tacos - with huge spoonfuls of tomato and green chilli relish from the bucket sized bowls, they were so good (and cheap) that there will probably be a return trip tomorrow.

We ...

Chichén Itzá

A travel blog entry by bulaska


... shop called "Cacao". They give you a small tour about the history of chocolate for free. Then you can see women preparing chocolate manually (!) And at the end there is a tasting of chocolate with flavour like tequila, ginger, chili, cinnamon, etc. There is also a special flavor for the Maya liqueor called "Xtabentun" - made of Maya flower, honey and anise. Of course, you can also purchase their chocolate or their chocolate beauty products. They are quite pricey, but worth it! :-) ...

A whole lotta cenotes

A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed


... that we later learned it was a once a year thing (hence the temporary structure) and that afterwards the bull would be butchered and the meat distributed to the poor people of the town.

We had a good chat with the Belgian guy at the bike shop, picked up some stuff for a stew on the way back to the hostel and spent that night cooking and talking to a nice couple from L.A. In the morning we’d be moving on to the coast at Tulum...


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This hotel, located on 15-A, Chichén Itzá, is near Kukulcan Pyramid, Eco-Arqueological Park Ikil, Gran Juego de Pelota, and El Castillo.
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