Hotel Casa Nobel
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Travel Blogs from Merida
... public buildings were made from French bricks and tiles brought over as tradeable ballast for the henequen. The city's wealthy fancied themselves in the Paris of Mexico, and Merida is still elegant and bustling. Fancy buildings include blue Casa de la Cultura Juridica, apparently Mannerist with a Baroque influence, or referred to locally as the cake!
Paseo de Montejo ...
... to find the house empty so chilled for a while. Samuel returned and we went for a bite to eat at a local restaurant - he did most of the talking! At one point he did say he found it a little frustrating because Spanish is quite an idiomatic language and he was having to think quite hard about what to say so that I had a chance of understanding him. I'm grateful for his patience and willingness to prop up the conversation!
Afterwards we ...
... and traveled with him all the way to Mexico City. So, we made it to Mexico City's airport and after a brief fright about a missing person, sentences of chunky Spanish attempting to get my guitar on the right airplane, and moments of altitude-and-non-potable-water-for-Amer icans-induced dehydration, we boarded AeroMexico to Cancun. Flying with a Mexican airline was different; the employees were so playful and loving with one another, the guy whose been flirting with this ...
... state of excitement.
When Monday came we were up, out and ready at a frankly
ridiculous hour which led to us sitting on the floor of the hospital waiting
room to kill some time. However we were soon met by one of the doctors and
taken to go and get scrubs and shown how to get to the OR. This was the first
time I’d ever worn scrubs, and in all honesty they went to my head; for the
whole day my head was filled with the theme songs for all the ...
... and decided to wander around for a few hours. Ellyne had mentioned that she thought there was another Podiatrist in the neighborhood so we were on the lookout for the non-Dr Scholl. Of course we spotted a sign that seemed to be a doctor just around the corner. We entered an empty reception area and opened a door with a doctors name on it, and found ourselves standing behind a gentleman finishing his breakfast. After TLD asked if he was the doctor and he ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking