San Antonio

Address: via La Culata, Merida, Mexico, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on via La Culata, Merida, Mexico, Merida, is near Spanish Governor's Palace, Arenson River Theater, Main Plaza, and Tower Life Building.
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Travel Blogs from Merida

I'm Back.....

A travel blog entry by bounderbulletin on Apr 07, 2015

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... weeks, we've met new friends from all over the U.S. and Canada. Like Steve and Faye from British Columbia, who have a cattle ranch they down sized from 9000 acres to 2000, so they could travel more. We went to the San Antonio cattle drive to see the huge longhorn steers come right down Houston Street, in the center of San Antonio. We also went to the Livestock Show with them. They were an incredibly nice couple, who made us laugh ...

Travel Day

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Apr 06, 2015

... fix it guys". Joe Richey and Larry Gordon know everything about fixing motorhomes, at least everything we've asked about they knew hoe to fix it. So pretty soon, they were lying on the ground under the coach. They found the leak! Luckily, it was something simple, a loose nut! They tightened it, we refilled the reservoir, pumped the brakes a few time, no more leakage noted. HOWEVER, they did find another small problem, a clamp holding on the sway bar between the rear wheels ...

Beautiful Boerner

A travel blog entry by curt1941 on Dec 01, 2014

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... spot, I see a sign that says "trucks take upper level". The road I was supposed to be on was on the right....Yup, I was on the left. Swish and Swash (another made up word--I'm good huh) and the road bed narrowed to maybe a foot wide, well maybe 81/2 feet, and a very tight curve. Twenty mph tight, with a concrete wall on the left side of the coach and a bunch of pillars all over the place and cars going really fast. I grabbed the bottom of the seat ...

Merida and cenotes

A travel blog entry by kathypender on Nov 23, 2014

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... step" into the water from a couple of meters between the walls! Good fun. We then climbed back out. Back on our carriages and we arrived at Bolonchojol cenote meaning nine holes of the rat, lol!, at 12:00. The entrance is totally vertical, with wooden stairs that descend about 15 meters. There were scuba divers here who were about to go cave diving, Dylan was too jealous. They lowered their tanks in through a hole in the top of the cenote. We snorkelled around in ...

Merida

A travel blog entry by ivoyvonne on Jun 13, 2014

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... and after searching everyone of us and the car we had to bribe them to be able to continue. It was only 100 pesos, but still a weird feeling since we hadnīt done anything wrong.

We watched the first soccer match of the worldcup in Merida, saw a gay parade, which is still an unusual thing in Central America. We met a few people that told us how difficult it is being gay in Central America and they seem to be glad to be ...