Hotel Casa Nobel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was going to be a special performance by Yucatan locals at 1pm back in the plaza, so we headed back a little early to secure good seats in the shade. It was a re-enactment of a Mestizo wedding with all the music and dancing that are an intrinsic part of the whole ceremony. It was great to watch, starting off quite slow and somber before increasing in tempo and gusto with each new dance. After watching, we decided that it would be awesome fun ...
... indigenous persons of any large city in Mexico with approximately 60% of all inhabitants being of the Maya ethnicity. Thanks Mr Wikipedia.
Dinner was at Amaro Restauarant. Chaya which Beks got us and it turned out to be a spinach drink. Mine had a shot of tequilla in it.
Cochinita Pibila is a traditional ...
... ihn endlich gefunden und gekauft, als sein Ärmel am nächsten Tag schon kaputt gegangen war.
Das Abenteuer seiner Heilung war eine Erlebnis für sich :-)
It has been six years, since I have decided that, one day, I want to come back to Mérida.
And here I was, arriving in this beautiful colonial city once more, still appreciating its wild and vivid mexican vibe. Our little hostal was located in the center of the city and is ...
... sort of ball game, which included 8 metre high walls, but this was also fairly re-built. It was nearly 10am when I was finished exploring the ruins, and I caught a short taxi ride to the cenote, Ik Kil. A cenote is essentially a sinkhole, ...
I thought I'd get-to-gettin' on my blog again in light of everything that has been happening. Chavez' death was announced on national television and radio stations across Venezuela yesterday evening. I was actually on a run when it happened and could feel a change in the pace of the pedestrians and the drivers. When I arrived at my school I was told that every place in the city would most likely be shutting down, so I ...