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  • Mayan templesChichen-itza travel tips
    If you are around, take yourself at least time for one day, to watch the ancient city weith it´s temple ruins and houses. But you should be there at the opening at 9 o'clock, because at about 10 the busses with the tourist masses arrive [...]
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  • The Lost in Santa a local ExpressionCosta Rica travel tips
    Lost in Santa a local expression, perfectly describes what happens to many, me included, when they discover this incredibly valuable gem on the Nicoya Peninsula. Once upon a time Santa Teresa was just a sleepy little beach town that surfers [...]
    D: 1160.2mi00
  • Too hotHermosillo travel tips
    The city is too hot. most of the places have good air conditioning but walking 10 minutes outside in summer is a torture. [...]
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  • Two for the Road Jazz Bar in Los CabosLos Cabos travel tips
    A really nice, quiet-ish place to spend the night at. They have live music, the soloist, Katy if I remember well, has such a great voice. Though I'm not an absolute jazz music fan, I liked their performance and they played so nice I [...]
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  • Viva Vino Jazz ClubManzanillo travel tips
    VIVA VINO JAZZ CLUB. Cool Jazz, great wine and beer, not to mention top of the line tequilas, a visit to this CLUB is a must. Whether you choose to sit indoors in the air conditioned lounge or walk outside to sit on the patio, you will have [...]
    D: 3.3mi00
  • Rotonda de los Hombres IlustresMexico City travel tips
    The meeting place for many famous Mexicans, politicians, artists, philanthropist is the Rotonda de los Hombres Ilustres - a cemetery. I was quite amazed by the number of members of Mexican elite. The tombstones are put in two large [...]
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  • Tierra de VinosMexico City travel tips
    As the name suggests, Tierra de Vinos is a place for wine tasting. They have an immense collection of wine, I haven't practically seen a wine menu that long in my entire life! You will surely find your international favorites as well as [...]
    D: 465.3mi00
  • XochimilcoMexico City travel tips
    About 25 km South of the center of Mexico City you will find Xochimilco. It is a canal system with large and colorfully decorated boats floating on the water. The boats are for fun and not for transport primarily. You can get on a boat and [...]
    D: 1433.9mi00
  • Zocalo in Mexico CityMexico City travel tips
    The original center of a colonial Spanish city is called a Zocalo. It consists of a square with public buildings and the buildings of the local military. Mexico City's Zocalo is one of the largest in New Spain and its a top must see. [...]
    D: 18.8mi00
  • UNAM Sculpture GardenMexico City travel tips
    If you want to spend a calm and nice afternoon far from the noises of the city, UNAM Sculpture Garden is the best. It's on the campus of the Autonom University of Mexico and it's a lot of fun. I loved the modern sculptures, the [...]
    D: 13.6mi00

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Chichen-itza Travel guide

The meaning of the name Chichen Itza in Mayan language is ‘right in the mouth of Itza’s well’. The city of Chichen Itza was during the Mayan dynasty the most important city in terms of politics, religion, and economy. The same region where the Mayan Dynasty used to rule over Chichen Itza is now called as Yucatan Peninsula. The city of Chichen Itza was during its times full of temples, roads, dwellings, markets, and open hearted locals. During those days of Mayan Dynasty the population of Chichen Itza was around 30000 humans. Today what is left are remains of those beautiful historical monuments many of which haven’t yet been [...]
 
 
 

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