Hotel Reef Yucatan - All Inclusive & Convention Center

Address: Km 32 Carretera Progreso - Telchac Puerto, Telchac Puerto, Yucatan Peninsula, 97407, Mexico | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located on Km 32 Carretera Progreso - Telchac Puerto, Telchac Puerto.
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      On the way to Chichen Itza

      A travel blog entry by michadventure on Sep 09, 2014

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      ... br> We stop to have a closer look at a gorgeous monument, the Palacio de Gobierno and its striking murals in the city centre. It took 11 years to build and is considered to be one of the nicest monuments in Mexico.
      Merida has lots of French style haciendas and big colonial style homes - mansions that can be rented for functions etc (similar to New Orleans plantation homes).
      We have an inspection at Rosa & Xocoalte which was restored from ...

      Merida - Mexico

      A travel blog entry by fourontour on Jul 11, 2014

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      ... storm pass through early one evening. It cut power to many places for some hours. There were palm fronds strewn everywhere. Merida is known for it's many Spanish colonial buildings, and they are very impressive. Many churches that the Spanish built, as they imposed Christianity on the Mayan natives. AK - yet another town with beautiful Colonial buildings. Merida has been referred to as the Cultural capital of the Yucatan Peninsula. The Plaza Grande is the central ...

      Mayan ruins Dzibilchaltun

      A travel blog entry by jormaontour on May 05, 2014

      31 photos

      ... but it is still less than one euro.

      The park is very beautiful and it is big.. Some parts were not conservated. But i found under the trees intresting forms and idea that it may be double big in the future.

      There is also a water sink which i saw people use for the shower with the children. The most of the time i did not see one person. very few visitors. Tourists should not miss this one. It is exellent and shows as Chizen Itza the power of the ...

      The Smell of Foreign

      A travel blog entry by adipeery on Jul 04, 2013

      3 photos

      As you de-plane it comes into view - the white alabaster plaster chipping in the corners and then the smell hits you - a mix of disinfectant and mildew. It's the first tell-tale sign that you have arrived in foreign ports of call. The sign reads "route de evacuation" - its always good to have a plan of escape. And then, the official proof that you have landed on foreign ground - border control. Are we ever really free to travel? ...


      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Feb 13, 2013

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      ... The Translator was doing some sudokus on his phone.

      Back on to Hwy 186, Cancun 716k away. The surrounding area is a combination of farmland and scrub. Campeche was 250k away at 1001.

      The second flic was part of the 'Captain America' series, fighting the Nazis. Not sure if there will be more movies or stops today.

      Signs seen today for Calakmul and Becan, Brys. When conditions allowed for it, the bus was doing 100 kph. Did a ...