Technotel Itzaes

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

        Parks, plazas and palacios

        A travel blog entry by themcgee on Jan 31, 2015

        21 photos

        ... as myself. Except in the opposite direction. But good to pick the brains of someone who has been already there.

        First port of call was the bus station where I booked the next two sets of tickets that I would need. I deliberately explained what I wanted in Spanish, so as to try and practice getting the hang of the lingo. Most Mexicans seem to speak some English here. Some are very good and speak it fluently with American accents which is a little odd ...

        UXMAL Mayan SIte

        A travel blog entry by pilgrimtraveler on Dec 16, 2014

        42 photos

        ... about 15,000 people) is a rough guess.[citation needed] Most of the city's major construction took place while Uxmal was the capital of a Late Classic Maya state around 850-925 AD. After about 1000 AD, Toltec invaders took over, and most building ceased by 1100 AD.[citation needed]

        Maya chronicles say that Uxmal was founded about 500 A.D. by Hun Uitzil Chac Tutul Xiu. For generations Uxmal was ruled over by the Xiu family. It was the most powerful site in ...

        Plumed serpents, human skulls- you know, the usual

        A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed on Feb 04, 2014

        23 photos

        ... sure enough, it was delicious when it came- gently spiced and served with salad-y bits and tacos. The papadzuelos were chosen at random without any idea of what they’d be like. As it turned out they were tortillas stuffed with eggs and coated in two kinds of mild sauce, and much less interesting than the cochinita, but still okay. The drinks were great too- our first taste of refreshing Mexican horchata (made from rice and cinnamon) ...


        A travel blog entry by minicooper on Jan 09, 2014

        7 photos

        ... of the city - The governmental palace which contains several murals relating to the revolution - The city hall, it amazes me how happily, as a tourist, youre able to enter all the seemingly official council and governmental buildings here in Mexico In the evening I had hoped to go to a traditional dance show they hold in one of the plazas but, unfortunately, it was rained off, fortunately the marquesita stands stayed open ...


        A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Oct 11, 2013

        ... I have to rush the combi door when it arrives so that other men headed to work along Xcunya's route don't take our spots. So, there we are smushed as tight as possible in a van - 3 Americans and nearly 10 yount to middle ages Mexican men - and all of us headed to work. We zoom off, hearts still racing from the adrenhaline-laden "door rush." Once we get a rhythm, I'll look around to see who is sleeping. Usually, it's nearly everyone, bobbing with ...