Yucatan Photo of the Day – Classic Merida, Mexico

Posted November 25, 2013 by Kay Walten in Mexico Destinations,Yucatan Activities

Merida, Mexico

Colonial buildings and VW bugs are icons of colonial Mexico. Merida is a city filled with classic architecture, Mayan culture and European touches.  Book your Yucatan vacation today!

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