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Casual Restaurant Critic at Tony Roma’s  Posted on 08/19/2014
Adding to the already burgeoning list of franchises now open in Merida, Tony Roma’s (also known as Tommy Roman’s according to one dear friend) recently opened across from the City Center (Walmart) shopping center just off the...
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Spanish for Newbies – Helpful Hint No. 117  Posted on 08/08/2014
  Spanish for Newbies – Helpful Hint No. 117 The photo (above) is typical of one you would find in a public or semi-public parking lot in Merida and to the Merida newbie it might be a bit confusing. If you have studied any...
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Where to watch the World Cup in Merida – Round Two  Posted on 06/27/2014
To continue the reviewing of possible options for your FIFA World Cup viewing, here is the latest contender for your beer drinking pesos. Merida Restaurants and Bars and other Venues Stars are awarded in each category as follows: *...
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Where to watch the World Cup in Merida – Round One  Posted on 06/25/2014
Unless you live in a Yucatan cave (sacred or otherwise) – or the United States of America – you will probably have noticed that the World Cup is on and the world is watching. There are many options to watch the matches (also...
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6 Places to Get Out of the Rain  Posted on 06/05/2014
It seems, for some strange reason, that the rains this June here in Merida and the Yucatan in general, are never-ending and the humidity is threatening the paint and stucco on your restored colonial in el centro. And there is the...
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The Coliseo Experience – Marc Anthony Comes to Merida  Posted on 06/02/2014
I drive by the new (as of this writing) Coliseo every day. I marvel at it’s size and the potential of having world-class entertainment come to Merida at last, and not have to play on a baseball field or a sports stadium. Until last...
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6 Reasons Why Uxmal is Better Than Chichen Itza  Posted on 05/14/2014
Uxmal is better than Chichen Itzá. Yeah, I said it. While all the tour companies and agencies and re-sellers and operators are out to make a buck on delivering hordes of bleary-eyed and sunburnt beachgoers from Cancun, the Riviera...
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Superman on Montejo  Posted on 05/06/2014
On the Prolongación Paseo de Montejo recently, I was able to observe this super-man who, while transporting a giant king-size mattress from A to B, felt that him assisting in holding the mattress down by the plastic covering on it,...
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Casual Restaurant Critic – Merci Update  Posted on 05/03/2014
Thanks to the Twitter app HootSuite, the posts via Twitter lost their photos on the way from the Critic’s iPhone to the internet. Here are the missing photos, and the Critic can vouch for each and every one of these dishes –...
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