Calle 59 No. 508 x 62, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Merida

Plumed serpents, human skulls- you know, the usual

A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed on Feb 04, 2014

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... had about an hour and a half there), but good for not having to contend with the full force of the sun- it was still an absolute griller in the late afternoon!

We’d been told to expect it to be massively touristy and full of tat hawkers, and were glad of the forewarning. It really was. ... But if you left that aside and concentrated on the reason that all concerned were there- i.e. the massive pre-Spanish temples etc., it ...

A Merry Time

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Dec 08, 2013

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... and after a little deliberation I picked one with plenty of variety. The following day, I met at the designated pick up spot and as the tour had been overbooked, I was to be driven around in a car with a two people from the US and our English speaking guide, whilst the rest of the group (all Mexican) travelled in convoy with another guide. Our first stop came quickly and we arrived at my first cenote of the trip. A cenote is a limestone sinkhole, which due to ...

My first "international performance" ha!

A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Sep 21, 2013

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... before this trip, and in 4 days we put together 24 songs ready to perform. Lots of practice. Lots of fun and late nights on the town (downtown) to wind down and laugh.

After our performance, an electro-saxophonist from Italy performed. His name is Fabriccio (spelling?) and was very, very kind. His Spanish was very first experience with an Italian speaking Spanish.

Check out these awesome pics that my friend Emma took!


A Yucatecan cooking tour

A travel blog entry by thevillatievoli on Aug 12, 2013

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... vegetables section. We got to try fruits I had seen other people eating but I did not know what they were. That was particularlly fun. We sampled fried prok and roasted cow utter. We toured the meat and poultry section. After the tour we went out and got on a bus with our bags of vegetables and spices and chiles just like everyone elso on the bus. We rode about twenty minutes and got out at a very nice new neighborhood where we walked to the home of the owner of the ...

Lost Cities

A travel blog entry by kryten4b on Dec 21, 2012

1 comment, 28 photos

... of the Dolls. It was discovered beneath a larger much older pyramid. The Mayans tended to build on top of older buildings to continue to use the available space.

After Dzibilchaltun we went to Progreso a small fishing town on the north coast of the Gulf. We returned to Merida, which is a pretty city and used to be the capital of Mexico. You can see the Spanish influence in the architectures of the buildings. ...


This hotel, located on Calle 59 No. 508 x 62, Merida, is near Xel-Ha and Aventuras Mayas.
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