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Avenue Colon, Esq. Calle 60, Merida, Mexico
Paseo de Montejo 451, Merida, Mexico
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... to stay anywhere else. We had a room to ourselves and were a short walk to the city center. Without a doubt the highlight of Merida was spending an afternoon at the market (not the weekend market but the covered everyone-goes-there market). So as a day's ...
Our overnight bus from Palenque to Merida was an eventful one. Firstly we were stopped by police and our bus was checked for immigrants and/or terrorists, that was fine enough. Then we were woken up again when our bus suddenly stopped and reversed ...
... your car and you’re found to be over the limit, then all bets are off and you’re not covered by insurance. In Mexico, you can buy insurance that covers you if you’re drunk. True story. A quick apology: I'm sorry if the titles for the ...
... world dance, music and theatre continue at venues all around the city, the beautiful, colonial Teatro Peon Contrareas Merida's cultural centrepiece. Colonial architecture dominates the streetscape, both in the historic centre and along the Paseo de ...
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Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
The ruins of an ancient Mayan city.
Municipio de Tecoh Yucatan, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
K. 186 Carretera Federal 261, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
Hacienda Yaxcopoil (YASH-coh-poh-EEL) is a Yucatan plantation dating back to the 17th century. The hacienda has been the location of several film and television productions, and is featured in most travel guides. Its archives are frequently cited in historical texts and research. The Hacienda may be the best preserved but unrestored hacienda in the Yucatan. The Hacienda is open daily for tours, a private guest house, museum of Mayan artifacts, gift shop, snack bar and events.
50th Ave. # 361 x 53B & 53F, Fracc. Francisco de Montejo Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
Include some fun Spanish or Mexican/Mayan Culture classes to your vacations while in Merida. ECORA Spanish School offers high quality Spanish Immersion Programs at school or personalized private tutoring at home or hotel per hours. It's an excellent place to meet locals or make new friends from around the world. Internship and volunteer opportunities available. It is open year-round including Christmas, Spring Break and summer holidays. Bilingual Tutors with University degrees in Language Teaching.
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Posted by off_road_clara
Hi everyone, I have just returned from a trip to Mexico, and wanted to mention a new hostel in Merida Mexico called El Casa del Tio Dach on street 61, between 50 and 52. It is 500m from the main plaza with the Cathedral, and each room has its own beautiful ...
Posted by starlagurl
1. Tijuana, Mexico 2. , Mexico 3. Nuevo Laredo, Mexico 4. 5. 6. Toronto 7. , Bahamas 8. Mérida, Mexico 9. Nogales, Mexico 10. I thought this was interesting... most of the cities on this list are in Mexico!
Posted by fargoing
... otherwise I feel like I am struggling to find things to do. Does anyone have any suggestions of places to go, or things to do from Merida to Mexico city? What would be the best way to do a tour of the jungle, and where would be the best place to do it? We ...
Posted by mmbcross
If I had 15 days to spend in southern Mexico, I'd take the bus from Merida to Belize via Chetumal. Spend a day or two on Caye Caulker, then take the bus to Flores and Tikal in Guatemala. After visiting Tikal, I'd take the tough trip returning to ...
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