Thank you so much for your help and advice while staying here in Merida. Margaret and I really appreciated all the local information a new visitor needs: where to catch the bus to Progreso (no need to go downtown to the bus station!) - which are the good tour guides for the pyramids - ordering taxis etc.
The location? Well, as soon as we got our bearings in beautiful Merida we realised that Santa Ana is the top spot and Paseo Montejo, the next street, is the Champs Elise of Merida. Probably why all the banks are there. Very quiet area and just a short walk downtown to all the busy and exciting plazas with their music, dancing the Cha Cha Cha, and local food.
Tacos at 6 pesos? Refrescos at 9 pesos? That is very good value!
The apartment is big and the kitchen has most of the pots and pans you need. It's fun working out how to cook the local food. Two big beds in each room and huge closets for clothing etc. A small balcony. Good air conditioning.
No sun terrace, but maybe an addition on one of the lower roofs at the back -- an idea for the future?
Thanks once again,
Peter and Margaret Hobday, Cornwall, England, 9 March 2010
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