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Lonely Planet Spotlights Merida

Posted on November 2, 2016 by Yury Diana Di Pasquale in Touring Yucatan

Recently, the Lonely Planet writer John Hecht, spotlighted Merida in a column titled “Culture, Cuisine and Ancient Ruins: 48 Hours in Merida”. Besides the lovely photos of colonial buildings, museum pieces, those afore-mentioned ancient ruins like Chichen Itza and more, John writes about how to get the most out of Merida if you only have […]

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Why Matt Chose Mérida

Posted on October 15, 2016 by Yury Diana Di Pasquale in Investment Property

The following article was written by a client of ours for Live and Invest Overseas: After years of thinking about buying a place of my own overseas, I was finally ready… er, almost ready to make the trip to Mexico to look at property… I’m 47 and have never lived overseas. I have, however, fantasized […]

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Free Rental for our Clients

Posted on June 20, 2016 by Yury Diana Di Pasquale in Important Information

Free Nights in Merida Compliments of Yucatan Homes and Lots Yucatan Homes and Lots will pay for your stay in Merida Centro when you purchase through us and stay at the colonial rental property below.  Whether you are interested in purchasing a Centro property or a beach property, if you purchase through Yucatan Homes and Lots on this trip, then the accommodations […]

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15 Best Day Trips from Merida

Posted on March 17, 2016 by Yury Diana Di Pasquale in Touring Yucatan

I read this article recently, and thought it would be a great resource for my clients. Enjoy! **** One of Merida’s greatest attributes is its centralized location in the Yucatan. With so many adventures around the Yucatan, this hub city allows for countless opportunities to explore it. You’ll discover an abundance of beaches, Mayan ruins, […]

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Cultural Capital: Merida

Posted on February 27, 2016 by Yury Diana Di Pasquale in Important Information

Merida has been named the Cultural Capital of the Americas for 2017. Click here to see a lovely video produced by Merida’s Ayuntamiento:   Capital Americana de la Cultura 2017. Mérida, Capital Americana de la Cultura 2017! #VenaMéridaBlanca Posted by AyuntaMÉRIDA on Friday, February 19, 2016

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Mexico & WestJet Vacations celebrate route to Mérida

Posted on January 19, 2016 by Yury Diana Di Pasquale in Events in Merida and the Yucatan

Mexican government officials and tourism professionals gathered yesterday to share in the anticipation of WestJet’s inaugural flight to Merida, which kicked off its non-stop weekly service on Dec. 14. Dave Cecco, director of product for WestJet Vacations, was joined by Rodrigo Esponda, regional director of North America, Mexico Tourism Board; Yucatan Governor Rolando Zapata; Mauricio […]

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Seek Out The Stylish Side of Merida

Posted on December 27, 2015 by Yury Diana Di Pasquale in Important Information, Touring Yucatan

(reprinted from http://nymag.com/travel/weekend-escapes/meridaart/) Cutting-edge art spaces, a youth-driven design scene, and a new generation of creative chefs are energizing this Mexican city. Where to Stay Book a customized hyperlocal experience at The Diplomat (from $105), a four-suite hotel in the hip Santiago barrio that fuses the best aspects of a boutique design hotel and a […]

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Safer in Mexico or the USA?

Posted on November 27, 2015 by Yury Diana Di Pasquale in Important Information

This article comes from the Lonely Planet website, and I thought it was worth reproducing here. You can read the original article on LonelyPlanet.com: Are Americans safer in Mexico than at home? By admin   30 April 2012 2:16am Europe/London Every week or so I get asked, ‘Is it safe to go to Mexico?’ I had […]

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Day of the Dead in Merida

Posted on November 3, 2014 by Yury Diana Di Pasquale in Events in Merida and the Yucatan

Day of the Dead activities took up most of the weekend. Here are some photos we took of the local festivities and traditions in Merida…

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Yucatan Democracy

Posted on June 30, 2014 by Yury Diana Di Pasquale in Important Information

CNN Mexico: http://mexico.cnn.com/nacional/2014/06/06/las-calificaciones-de-los-estados-en-desarrollo-democratico English translation: Mexico City – In 2013, the thirty-two Mexican states scored an average of 5,037 points [of a total of 10,000 points] on the Index of Democratic Development (IDD), according to a report prepared by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, the Polilat consulting firm and the Management Confederation of the Mexican Republic (COPARMEX). The […]

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