Posada el Jardin

Address: Calle 27 #216 (entre 28 y 30) centro, Ticul, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Calle 27 #216 (entre 28 y 30) centro, Ticul, is near Muyil, Xlapak, Dzibichaltun, and Nohoch Mul.
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      Travel Blogs from Ticul

      The bike stops where it wants!

      A travel blog entry by kossickr on Feb 20, 2013

      13 photos

      ... they wind up the mountains. Another thing that you must watch out for on the Libre roads are the tope's (speed bumps) Mexico likes to put them everywhere! Some are labeled some are not! One has got me 3 times now, you look up at the big green signs that tells you at a fork what way you are going and the also put a speed bump right under the sign. So you don't see the bump because your looking at the ...

      Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)

      A travel blog entry by srbruner on Nov 12, 2012

      4 comments, 28 photos

      ... of deceased relatives. Micah and Zola provided a photo of their great grandmother on Leah's side, Momu Great, the only great grandparent the kids were fortunate enough to get to know. The parents were treated to a musical celebration presented by the students, led by a mother of one of the students. Micah was in costume as a cat and Zola as a bird - both homemade. They sang and acted out parts of musical stories. After a hearty round of ...

      Settling in

      A travel blog entry by srbruner on Aug 15, 2012

      12 comments, 16 photos

      ... to the other terminal required a short bus ride or a ride on a light rail. Both options required us to leave our smart cart behind and move our bags ourselves. Well, two of our bags were duffle bags and two were rollers. Micah and Zola volunteered to take one of the rolling suitcases. I was very proud of them, working together to drag the suitcase … about twenty feet. Then Leah took over, rolling both bags behind her, with her carry-on on her ...

      Woah-haka

      A travel blog entry by montyontheroad on May 14, 2012

      2 comments

      ... Had a sobering moment on the approach to the city when the bus stopped just after a massive down pour errupted. I wasnt sure what was happening so just continued to read my book. After 10 mins I decided to see what the people on the other side of the bus were loking at and where half the passengers had gone. There was a car flipped the ditch and what looked like two bodies being attended to and a guy looking pretty roughed up. Not sure if they were alive or dead but ...

      Oaxaca - The Home of Mexican Chocolate

      A travel blog entry by jmabro on Dec 10, 2011

      53 photos

      ... the famous hot chocolate. Fortunately we were almost at the end of our stay in Oaxaca when we did, its soooooo good it could easily become addictive and would definitely not be good for the waistline :-) We were recommended a specific place to go for our experience and what an experience it was; we ordered our drinks and watched the lady going through the very precise preparation process – melting the chocolate, stirring the chocolate, using the cinnamon as necessary and ...