Hotel Sierra Sosa

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Ticul, Mexico
01 997 972 0008

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Home Base For Day Tripping The Puuc Maya Trail Oct 02, 2009
The Mayan Puuc Trail is a small geographic area southwest of Merida, Yucatan, Mexico by about 50 miles. This blog will provide the plan to visit Uxmal, Kaban, Sayil, Xlapak, Labna, Edzna, Hochob, Xcalumkin and Dzibilnocac. There are also two historic caverns to visit Loltun and Xtacumblixunaan. Home base for this Puuc Route will be Ticul. You could reach all these places with several day trips from Merida. You could also make home base one of the expensive hotels at Uxmal. However Ticul offers affordable hotels, several more than adequate restaurants, good locations for purchasing the essential of life and an opportunity to visit a nice town. There is a huipil weaving industry here, The embroidery is of very good quality. On my last visit there was a utilitarian pottery industry. I can recommend Hotel Sierra Sosa, Hotel San Miguel, Hotel Bougambillas and Hotel- Motel Cerro Inn. Hotel Sierra Sosa is located at Calle 26, Number 199A which is just northwest of the town square. The rooms were clean, basic and with ceiling fans. I recommend that you ask for a room at the back of the building because they have windows. Also check the ceiling fan to confirm that it functions. If no one is present at the hotel, then check at the shop next door. The last time I stayed here it was an electronic shop. These rooms were cheap, less than $5.00 per night.

I would try to eat at Restaurant Los Almendros as many times as possible. This place specializes in Yucatecan dishes. It is located at Calle 23, number 207.
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