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Mérida Palace, Mérida

Hotel -Plaza De España, 19, 06800 Mérida, Extremadura, Spain (On Ciao since: 04/2009)

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Why Spain Will Reign

Advantages: Reigning champions to win again
Disadvantages: Packed midfield means little goalmouth action

...No European Football Championship winner has ever gone on to successfully defend the title. Indeed, of the last three winners, 2 have failed to get out of the group stage and the other was knocked out in the Quarter Finals. Current holders Spain are one match away from achieving this, with only Italy standing in their way. Despite the Italians having been more impressive since the group stage...

Soho_Black 29.06.2012 08:15 · Read review
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Casa del Balam Hotel, Merida

Advantages: A unique and quaint hotel...
Disadvantages: Lacking a few mod-cons...

...We stayed in this hotel for a few days while on a little tour of the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico, including visits to Cancun (don't bother), Playa del Carmen & Cozumel (much better) and the amazing ancient Mayan ruins at Uxmal, Chitzen Itza and Tulum. (I'll try and get round to reviewing all these later...) We arrived by taxi from Merida airport (a short journey), having flown in from Cancun...

matt_fantastic 13.04.2006 18:31 · Read review
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Review of Casa del Balam Hotel, Merida

How Europe went to the brink, and beyond

Advantages: Wide-ranging, detailed, incisive look at the years leading up to war
Disadvantages: The occasional omission or questionable argument, inevitable in a book of this nature

...One could argue that the main title of this book is slightly questionable. Throughout the half-century or so preceding the outbreak of hostilities in 1914, Europe had rarely been a conflict-free zone, with the Franco-Prussian, Graeco-Turkish and Balkan wars for a start. However, it is only reasonable to add the qualification that the majority of the continent was at peace with itself and most...

JOHNV 04.01.2014 12:11 · Read review
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Review of The War That Ended Peace How Europe Abandoned Peace for the First World War - Margaret MacMillan