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Rediscover ancient Mayan life with cottages in Chichen Itza, Mexico
Mexico's most famous Mayan ruins are on your doorstep when you stay in a vacation rental in Chichen Itza. Traditional Yucatan cuisine, sacred ceynotes and remarkably well preserved glyphs give an unparalleled insight into Mayan and Mexican life, past and present.
Lime soup and Yucatan chicken
The cuisine in Chichen Itza is varied and plentiful. Yucatan fare is served in a garden at Las Mestizas Restaurant, while the lime soup at Cocina Economica Fabiola is a delight, as is the legendary grilled chicken. Just a block away from the main highway, Restaurant Hacienda Xaybe'h d'Camara serves sublime salads. What's more, diners can use the swimming pool for free.
The ancient ruins of Chichen Itza rise out of the jungle mist, almost as impressive as they must have been in their heyday. El Castillo, otherwise known as the Pyramid of Kukulcan is the centerpiece around which the other ceremonial pyramids radiate. Over a thousand years old, the monolithic pyramid is adorned with serpents, which seem to slither down the corners of the edifice when the sun's rays catch them from the right angle.
The other highlight of the ceremonial city is the great ball court. Skull glyphs line its sides ominously. Stone snakes coil around the stone rings positioned atop the court's parallel walls. Stone reliefs depict scenes of the decapitation of players, so it seems that the stakes were high.
Explore the Grutas de Bakankanche caves, a stone's throw from your Chichen Itza cottage. It was here that hundreds of sacred ceremonial items were hoarded by the Mayans some 800 years before their discovery in 1959. Beyond the 328yd passageway, glistening stalactites form the backdrop for ritual items now housed in the Visitor Center. Don't leave without seeing Ceynote Sagrado, about 420yd from the Platform of Skulls. A net of vines hangs down to the water's surface of this huge 80yd pool.
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