- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... guidebooks of Mexico. Chichen Itza has been named as one of the seven wonders of the world. The amazingly well preserved structures gave archaeologists a ton of knowledge about ancient Mayan civilization, from their calendar to their sporting events to their religious ceremonies.
As I'm sure you can imagine, a site this well known is going to be crowded. Indeed, Chichen Itza was packed with tour groups in a dozen languages. The annoying jaguar noisemakers were back, and ...
... station. I loaded my small bowl with onions, green peppers, tomatoes, zucchini and some cheese. She cracked the egg on the hot surface and spread it into an oval shape. Partway through she flipped it over and then added my bowl of choices to the middle. She added some extra cheese and then folded it all up. I grabbed a bunch of fresh fruit and some hashbrowns. Bryce had already gotten me a fresh glass of orange juice. He's so thoughtful.
After breakfast ...
In Mexico the plan is to head from Tulum to Valladolid visiting Chichen Itza and continuing to Merida, Campeche, Palenque and San Cristobal de las Casas from where we will head to Guatemala. Easter is approaching fast as well and we need to remember to keep it in mind in terms of planning the route as some places get incredibly busy (and more expensive) during the Semana Santa.
Any good tips are of course always welcome! ...
... amazing, so friendly and helpful, especially as there was a mix up with our booking through expedia. We settled into our Bo-ho, almost Greek island inspired room and spent the afternoon just swimming and lounging by the pool hearing all about Jess's adventures in New York. The view from the infinity pool was breathtaking. The turquoise water looked so inviting and a pretty little private pier that ran from the shore made the whole thing so pictures. After a ...
... downpour. So the best thing to do is rent a car and go sight see. We headed south to Tulum and visited the ruins. The ruins are right on the bluff next to the Caribbean Sea. The ruins of Tulum were stunning! Afterward we drove into the town of Tulum for an early ...