Bicycle Yucatán's Mérida & Progreso, Yucatán
Something Special in Mérida
Coffee Shops,
Places to Eat & Shop
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Caffé Latte - Itzimna
La Carreta Cubana II Merida
La Carreta Cubana II - Mexico Oriente
- Beer with abundant botanas.
La Terreza del Norte Express
Emiliano Zapata Norte on Calle 33
and Prolongation de Montejo

Grocery Shopping on Calle 54
Monument in the Mérida Cemetery singers
of the music of Yucatán - Trova Yucateca.  
The monument was sculpted by artist
Rómulo Rozo.  Although Rómulo Rozo was
Yucatecan.   His most famous work in
Mérida is "Monumento al la Patria" on
Paseo de Montéjo completed in 1956 after
11 years of work
Click on the photo below to view   Faces of
Mérida Carnival 2013
Danza de la cabeza de cochino Merida Yucatan
MÉRIDA; DANZA de la CABEZA de COCHINO    This traditional Mayan festival still takes place
annually in Colonial Emiliano Zapata Norte six kilometers north of Merida’s central zocolo on the east
side of the Prolongation de Montejo which is a popular neighborhood that still clings to it’s traditional
ancestral customs. They kick off the Mayan “Pol kek’en” festival or “Danza de la Cabaza de Cochino”,
(Dance of the pig’s head) that is of pre-Hispanic origins. New Year’s Eve dinner consists of roast
turkey salbutes and caldo authentic Mayan specialties handed down over the
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The best website with detailed
coverage of what to see, where to go,  
where to stay and eat: we recommend
you check out:
Yucatán Today.
Yucatán's Magic-Mérida Side Trips
Treasures of Mayab
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PEDRO ÍNFANTE; Mexican actor, movie star, singer and aviator died
fifty-five yeas ago, April, 15th, 1957 in Mérida.
The king of Mexican ranchera and mariachi music lived hard, died
young and left a beautiful memory.  
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Pedro Infante Merida died April 16, 1957
Bike and Car Rentals-Eco Tours
The best chicharrón in
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