Mérida made headlines in The New York Times (again)

Mérida, the capital of the Mexican state of Yucatán, is a magnet for creative souls from around the world — if you want to understand why, just read Peter Haldeman’s article last March 2nd, and look at the incredible light in the accompanying photographs.

He offers a guide to the exhibition spaces, restored historic homes and restaurants where long languid dinners play out over an evening. Peter went to Mérida and stayed part of the time with friends.

As one of them tells him, people first come to Mérida to visit the ruins and the cenotes, then, “look at houses the second time, and buy a house the third time.” Watch out, it could happen to you.

CLICK HERE FOR FULL ARTICLE BY Peter Haldeman ON THE NEW YORK TIMES



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