Technotel Itzaes

Av. Itzaes No. 444 entre 41 y 47, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Merida

Merida to Cancun

A travel blog entry by maroline


... We didn't get in. Two and a half hour drive and we're in Cancun. I wanted to go to Tulum but there was nowhere available to stay. Cancun is... Hmm... Like a really ridiculously big and possibly even more cheesy Surfers Paradise meets Sharm El Sheikh. Lots of neons and monstrously huge hotels. And all the white people are sunburnt. I laugh at them. And make mental note to slather on the sunscreen tomorrow. We check into our mediocre hotel and crash for the ...

Last day at the worksite

A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine


... us with official Kookay certificates. It was a really great last visit to the park (although I doubt today was my "last.")

Afterwards, Eduardo gave us a tour of the town Xcunya! It's an ity bity town that includes a small church, an old hacienda, houses, Parque Aak, and a primary school. Really close to the park is an elementary or "primary" school that the director gave us a tour of. It felt wonderful to be around kids, and they were so kind ...

Campeche, Uxmal and on to Merida

A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra


... one, indeed. We spent a very happy couple of hours amongst the ruins climbing up and down as you do when it's available. It has the Pyramid of the Magician which towered over all the other structures. Another great ball court but this time with circles for the ball to go through. Fascinating stuff. Lunch was a traditional pibil experience. They cook the pork and chicken in a pit over hot coals with rocks and a cover for 3 hours. It was delicious, soup of lime and chicken ...

Lost Cities

A travel blog entry by kryten4b


... 8217;s Palace and Brother’s Palace. Chacmultun, means "mounds of red stone" in the Maya language, the site got this name from the distinct red color of the buildings there. It is caused by bacteria that are in the stone and it turns red when exposed to air and water. This site is unusual, if you have the right guide you can find out why. In the main group of buildings is a locked room. We were able to get into the ...

Marvellous Merida

A travel blog entry by angelmaclaverty


... no room in my bag anyway to be honest!

had two very different evenings out - one with local young'uns and electronic djs, got drunk to deal with the music, not awful just a bit slow and boring for me, but funny getting to chat in spanish with lots of lads, some less annoying than others.. had hangover next day, not good in the heat!

then my favourite evening so far on the trip..
went out for a meal with Vicki and Louise ( a girl ...


This hotel, located on Av. Itzaes No. 444 entre 41 y 47, Merida, is near Chichen Itza Ruins, Uxmal, Merida English Library, and Spanish School ECORA.
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