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(admission M$42; 8am-5pm) Sayil is best known for El Palacio, a huge three-tiered building that has an 85m-long facade and is reminiscent of the Minoan palace on Crete.
The distinctive columns of Puuc architecture are used here often, either as supports for the lintels, as decoration between doorways or as a frieze above them, alternating with stylized Chac masks and ‘descending gods.
’ Taking the path south from the palace for about 400m and bearing left, you come to the temple named El Mirador, whose rooster -like roofcomb was once painted a bright red.
About 100m beyond El Mirador, beneath a protective palapa, is a stela bearing the relief of a fertility god with an enormous phallus, now sadly weathered.
A bit further along, the Grupo Sur offers beautiful jungle-covered ruins with tree roots twisting through the walls.
The ruins of Sayil are 4.
5km from the junction of the Ruta Puuc with Hwy 261.
Xlapak ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE ( 8am-5pm) The ornate palacio at Xlapak ( shla-pak) is quite a bit smaller than those at nearby Kabah and Sayil, measuring only about 20m in length.
It’s decorated with the inevitable Chac masks, columns and colonnettes and fretted geometric latticework of the Puuc style.
The building is interesting and on a bit of a lean.
Plenty of motmots brighten up the surrounding forests.
From the entrance gate at Sayil, it’s 6km east to the entrance gate at Xlapak.
The name means ‘Old Walls’ in Maya and was a general term among local people for ancient ruins.
Museo de Cacao MUSEUM (www.ecomuseodelcacao.com; adult/child M$90/60; 9am-6pm) Just off the highway between Xlapak and Labná, this fascinating new museum focuses on the history and use of cacao, a sacred drink of the Maya.
Five thematically organized huts take on different aspects of cacao’s cultivation and preparation, as well as traditional Maya architecture, burial rites and clothing.
The cafe here makes for a good lunch stop, too.
Labná ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE (admission M$42; 8am-5pm) This is the site not to miss on the Ruta Puuc.
Archaeologists believe that, at one point in the 9th century, some 3000 Maya lived at Labná.
To support such numbers in these arid hills, water was collected in chultunes (cisterns).
At Labná’s peak there were some 60 chultunes in and around the city; several are still visible among the temples.
El Palacio, the first building you come to at Labná, is one of the longest in the Puuc region, and much of its interesting decorative carving is in good shape, thanks in part to a massive renovation project completed in 2006.
On the west corner of the main structure’s facade, straight in from the big tree near the center of the complex, is a serpent’s head with a human face peering out from between its jaws, the symbol of the planet Venus.
Toward the hill from this is an impressive Chac mask, and nearby is the lower half of a human figure (possibly a ballplayer) in loincloth and leggings.
The lower level has several more well-preserved Chac masks, and the upper level contains a large chultún that still holds water.
The view of the site and the hills beyond from there is impressive.
Labná is best known for El Arco, a magnificent arch once part of a building that separated two quadrangular courtyards.
It now appears to be a gate joining two small plazas.
The corbeled structure, 3m wide and 6m high, is well preserved, and the reliefs decorating its upper facade are exuberantly Puuc in style.
Flanking the west side of the arch are carved na (thatched Maya huts) with multi-tiered roofs.
Also on these walls, the remains of the building that adjoined the arch, are lattice patterns atop a serpentine design.
Archaeologists believe a high roofcomb once sat over the fine arch and its flanking rooms.
Standing on the opposite side of the arch and separated from it by the sacbé is a pyramid known as El Mirador, topped by a temple.
The pyramid itself is largely stone rubble but the crowning temple, with its 5m-high roofcomb, is well positioned to be a lookout, hence the name.
From the entrance gate at Xlapak, it’s 3.
5km east to the gate at Labná.
Grutas de Loltún Fifteen kilometers northeast of Labná, a sign points out the left turn to the Grutas de Loltún (Loltún Caverns; adult/child under 13yr M$105/6, parking M$22; 9am-4pm; ) , 5km further northeast.
The road passes through lush orchards and some banana and palm groves, a refreshing sight in this dry region.
These caverns are the largest, most interesting cave system on the Yucatán Peninsula, and a treasure trove of data for archaeologists.
Carbon dating of artifacts found here reveals that humans used the caves 2200 years ago.
Chest- high murals of hands, faces, animals and geometric motifs were apparent as recently as 20 years ago, but so many people have touched them that barely a trace remains.
Now, visitors to the illuminated caves see mostly natural limestone formations, some of which are quite lovely.
To explore the labyrinth, you must take a scheduled guided tour at 9:30am, 11am, 12:30pm, 2pm, 3pm or 4pm.
The service of the guides is included in the admission price, but since they receive little of that, an additional tip (M$20 to M$50 per person) is appreciated.
Getting There & Away Renting a car is the best option for reaching the Grutas, and once you’re out of Mérida it’s easy going on pretty good roads.
There is a bus service to Oxkutzcab ( osh-kootz-kahb; M$43, 1? hours), with departures at 8:30am and 4pm, from the Noreste bus terminal in Mérida.
Loltún is 7km southwest of Oxkutzcab, and there is usually some transportation along the road.
Camionetas (pickups) charge about M$15 for a ride.
A taxi from Oxkutzcab will cost M$140 or so one-way.
Ruinas de Mayapán These ruins (admission M$35; 8am-5pm) are some 50km southeast of Mérida, off Hwy 18.
Though far less impressive than many Maya sites, Mayapán is historically significant – it was one of the last major dynasties in the region.
The site’s main attractions are clustered in a compact core, and visitors usually have the place to themselves.
Among the structures that have been restored is the Castillo de Kukulcán, a climbable pyramid with fresco fragments around its base and, at its rear side, friezes depicting decapitated warriors.
The reddish color from the original paint job is still faintly visible.
The Templo Redondo (Round Temple) is vaguely reminiscent of El Caracol at Chichén Itzá.
Also notable are the Sala de los Mascarones, with well-preserved carvings of Chac and quetzal birds on its south side, and the Templo del Cenote, built precariously close to a roped-off entrance to a cave system underneath the site.
Getting There & Away The Ruinas de Mayapán are just off Hwy 18, a few kilometers southwest of the town of Telchaquillo.
Sur runs hourly 2nd-class buses between 5:30am and 8pm from the Noreste bus terminal in Mérida to Oxkutzcab that will let you off near th

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Canada Business Inspection Canadian business visits mainly refer to on-the-spot visits or negotiations conducted by relevant personnel to Canada for investment, trade, conferences, exhibitions and labor services for official or personal reasons.
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They should return home or enter a third country within the time specified in the visA.In addition, the Canadian Immigration Service requires that business visitors to Canada be healthy, have no criminal record, do not pose a threat to Canada's national security, and have sufficient financial capacity to maintain their spending during their stay in Canada.
For official visits to Canada, visa applications should be submitted to the Canadian Embassy or Consulate by note or letter.
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The applicant fills in the visa application form (in duplicate) in English, submits two photographs and fills in the "Education and Employment Details" form.
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Xinxiang City is located in the north of Henan Province. Its geographical coordinates are 113 50 in the East and 35 21 in the North latitude. She faces the Yellow River to the south, Zhengzhou and Kaifeng rivers to the north, Taihang to the north, Hebi and Anyang to the north, Jiaozuo to the west, and Shanxi to the west, Puyang to the east, and Puyang to the East through the Chang (Yuan) East (Ming) Yellow River Railway Bridge and Luxi to the east.
Located in the Midwest of Henan Province, the city is 80 kilometers south of Zhengzhou, the capital of Henan Province, and 600 kilometers north of Beijing. It is one of the political, economic, cultural and transportation centers in the north of Henan Province. It occupies an important position in the economic and social development of Henan Province.
Xinxiang City is a continental climate zone in the north temperate zone, with four distinct seasons, cold winter, hot summer, cool autumn and early spring. The annual average temperature is 14 C, and the annual precipitation is 573.4 mm.
Xinxiang City is now under the jurisdiction of two cities (Huixian City, Weihui City), six counties (Xinxiang County, Huojia County, Yuanyang County, Yanjin County, Fengqiu County, Changyuan County), four districts (Weibin District, Hongqi District, Fengquan District, Muye District) and the city's High-tech Industrial Development Zone and Xigong District.
There are 153 townships and 21 sub-district offices. The total population is 5.5 million, of which 900,000 are in urban areas. The total area is 8169 square kilometers. Among them, the urban area is 186.86 square kilometers and the cultivated land area is 5.684 million mu. The terrain of Xinxiang City is divided into three categories: mountainous area, hilly area and plain area, with plain as the main type, accounting for 78% of the total area. The plain zone is the transition zone between the alluvial plain of the Yellow River and the slope plain in the front of the mountain. The soil layer is deep and fertile, flat and vast.
Landscape: People's Park, Jinghua Garden, Peach Blossom Forest, Wanxianshan Mountain, Baiquan, Shimen, Baiyun Temple Bigan Temple, Lujian King's Tomb < br> Xinxiang City, a prefecture-level city in Henan Province, is located in the north and south of Henan Province, near the Yellow River, Zhengzhou, the capital of the province. At the beginning of the founding of the People's Republic, Xinxiang City was the capital of the plain province. It is an important industrial city in the Central Plains region. Xinxiang City is one of the cities in the Central Plains Economic Zone and the core area of the Central Plains Urban Agglomeration.
In 2014, the urban area of Xinxiang City was 422 square kilometers, the built area was about 140 square kilometers, and the population of the central urban area was 1.2 million.
Xinxiang has four districts, six counties and two cities under its jurisdiction: Weibin District, Hongqi District, Muye District, Fengquan District, Xinxiang County, Huojia County, Yuanyang County, Yanjin County, Fengqiu County, Changyuan County, Huixian City, Weihui City, Plain New Area (Plain Urban-Rural Integration Demonstration Zone), Xinxiang National High-tech Industrial Development Zone and National New Township Economic and Technological Development Zone.
Xinxiang has many honors, such as China's excellent tourist city, China's battery industry capital, China's national "bus city" demonstration city, national intellectual property rights demonstration city, national health city, national garden city, National Forest city, national new energy automobile promotion city, China's best commercial city, China's best ecological livable city and so on.
The total import and export volume in 2013 was US$1.127 billion, up 7.1% year on year.
Among them, total exports amounted to US$873 million, an increase of 10.9% over the previous year, while total imports amounted to US$254 million, a decrease of 4% over the previous year.
Mechanical and electrical products and high-tech products were exported to US$155 million and US$124 million, respectively.
Sixteen foreign-invested enterprises were newly approved throughout the year, and the actual utilization of foreign capital amounted to 740 million US dollars, an increase of 16%.
Over the year, 1764 foreign labor services were exported, with a contractual value of US$0.23 billion and a turnover of US$0.13 billion.
There are hundreds of natural landscapes in the city, including four national cultural relics protection units, one national forest park, one national wetland bird nature reserve, 42 provincial cultural relics protection units, six national scenic spots, 54 provincial scenic spots, more than 500 municipal cultural relics protection units, one historic and cultural city and one historic and cultural town.
There are Bigan Temple, Luwang Mausoleum, Baiyun Temple, Baiquan Scenic Area, Allied Hill, Jiulianshan, Wanxian Mountain, Baligou, Tianjie Mountain, Jinghua Garden, Guanshan National Geopark and other humanistic landscapes and natural landscapes, which make Xinxiang an excellent place for tourism and vacation in China.
In 2005, it won the title of National Excellent Tourism City.
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The United States must travel Raiders Boston fun
       To say the oldest city in the United States, Boston is one of them.
The United States only a few hundred years of history, Boston has a history of 400 years.
Now Boston has become tourists tourist destination, is also chinese visitors to the east coast of the United States travel choice of city.
The following Xiaobian inventory of the Boston tourist attractions and the most detailed travel raiders: Boston Park
     Boston park trees, fountains everywhere, water gurgling, picturesque, is the oldest Park in the United states.
It was originally a cow pasture, but then there have been many historical events.
The war of independence period, the British had camped here for.
The Freedom Trail park has a foundation in the stalls, relevant information for each site visitors about the.
Quincy Market
     Quincy market by the famous architect Alexander Paris design, completed in 1826, the market contains more than 20 restaurants and more than 40 stalls, to provide a variety of delicacy for the people.
Quincy uses the market style Greek revival design, exquisite and unique, the style by Thomas Jefferson introduced in the United States, breaking the traditional George Wang era art style building, a big hit.
Boston Hong Kong Island
     At the same time enjoy the sea, the sun and the beach is a happy thing, Boston coaSt. As many as 34 islands, providing a lot of opportunities for the happiness of tourists, of which 13 islands have been incorporated into the Boston Hong Kong Island National Recreation area.
Among the most famous scenic spots are: Succeeding in the American civil War wollenburg, spectacle Island public beach.
In addition, Weidao road through the path, trees, and the beach is very suitable for swimming, which became a popular camping ground.
The Freedom Trail
     The Freedom Trail is a historical memory of the road, contains 16 historic sites associated with the war of independence.
It consists of red brick paved, taking Boston Park as a starting point, the total length of 4 kilometers, along the way through the old state house, Boston Massacre Site, the old North church and other famous scenic spots.
End point is the harbour trail through the frigate constitution.
New England Aquarium
     The new England aquarium was founded in 1969, is located in the Boston harbour centre, Ross Kennedy greenway from only a few steps, also near the IMAX theater, offers a variety of film related topics in biology.
The Museum of marine biological diversity, such as jellyfish, stingrays, dolphins, sea lions and so on.
The aquarium is proud of the huge pool center 200 thousand gallons, simulate the submarine environment, pool sharks, barracuda, sea turtles and other marine organisms.
In addition, the pool has a spiral corridor, providing close good opportunity for visitors to watch sea creatures.
After the Bay Area
     After the bay area adjacent to the charles River, named for the stagnant pool built in water.
But now, after the bay area has been building a high-grade residential area, beautiful scenery, street blocks arranged in good order, is a row of Vitoria style houses, upscale restaurants, boutique chic In addition, here is Boston's oldest and largest area of plant park.
Here the old South church built in 1874, the famous Gothic architectural style, attracting a large number of tourists.
Beacon Hill happy bar
     Like sitcoms "happy bar" fans must be familiar with the "hill joy bar", also want to meet Mount Lu's face.
Its predecessor is Bull & Finch bar, in 2002 renamed the "lighthouse Hill happy bar".
The head part of the bar, located in Beacon Street;
and the real scene in the film is part of the bar Downtown Historic Faneuil mall.
Therefore, the fans have to run two places to see the true face of Mount Lu, but the two are worth watching.
Faneuil Hall
     Faneuil Hall is located in downtown Boston, play a crucial role in the American War of independence.
Originally envisaged in 1742 donated Faneuil Hall is the second floor of the mall, but later became a conference hall for freedom patriot gathering place.
The famous patriot James Otis once likened to "Faneuil Hall the cradle of liberty", no representation is also proposed "no tax" slogan.
Today, Faneuil Hall is also the local mall, discuss politics, popular with tourists.
USS constitution
     The frigate moored in the harbor Pier Road, is the world's oldest surviving naval vessels.
The president named by the Washington naval frigate constitution, with 3 masts, intended to commemorate the constitution of the United states.
It is put into use in 1797, to commemorate the independence of the United States, since July 4th of each year, the frigate will set sail.
The frigate ship heavy, wear resistance, 5 had defeated British ships in the war of 1812, won the "old Ironsides" reputation.
The frigate annual free tour.
Fenway Park
     Since 1912, Fenway Park has been the Boston Red Sox's hometown, is also the most favorite places in Boston residents.
It is the oldest in the United States occupation League stadium, is the only one of the old stadium, still in use today, the stadium is slightly smaller than the conventional.
The left half plane is known as the "green monster" wall, make here the game difficult to predict results.
For sports fans at Fenway Park is a good place not to be missed.
Take the subway tour of the United States of Boston
In the United States, no car is not equal to the legs;
however, there is a city, even if you don't have a car, can also travel around the city.
It is located in the east coast of the United States of Massachusetts, Boston.
   People living in Boston can not drive can go to the airport, mainly because the underground traffic system in the city has a nearly 90 years history, perfect.
      The subway in Boston a total of 4 lines were distinguished by color for the red, green, orange and blue line, green line;
and then the B line, c line, D line and E line 4 line, originally A line, after opening and the abolition of road pavement.
The underground railway runs through Boston, extending in all directions, the whole heart.
      The first thing to Boston do not have to "do something"       Haven't been to Boston before the study, there was there to introduce students to the first to do not have to do is to buy a car.
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Because the local and the majority of the city, parking difficult, and parking cost is not low.
Indeed, after their own experience, know more than words.
In fact, most of the people in Boston are to work by subway, usually go to rely more on the subway.
The Boston subway can almost take you to any place you want to go.
For example, you want to go to the United States famous universities of Harvard, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, can take the red line;
want to go to Boston University to take a green line B line;
to china city can take the orange line and red line, but also more convenient than by bus       city and town       The subway of Boston, the center for the center to the surrounding radiation division.
Red, green, orange, blue line subway in downtown intersection, want to change the people, must be here.
Therefore, take the Boston subway, must want to know what is going on "Inbound" and "Outbound" ".
   The city subway, refers to the direction you take is towards the city center of Italy, and vice versa is out of town.
There is a resolution method is relatively simple to understand is that as long as a "underground" run on the ground, is often out of town.
Interestingly, as long as the subway running on the ground, and is in the direction out of town, are free.
   Many students are very careful in reckoning one of my classmates, for example, every time she go to school, because all is to the direction of the city, take the underground to the iron, so she is patient is good time, take the free bus to school;
home, because it is out of town, honest don't hesitate to take free subway, each school results.
After school, she didn't have to spend 10 fen.
Her practice only in Boston to do.
   Take the subway here, you can use each $twenty-seven monthly, or tokens, a charge of eighty-five points (with the exception of a few long route received $1 or two votes), the elderly and disabled twenty.
As long as you are not going to the ground of the gate, one vote in the end.
   "What is T"       In order to facilitate the short-term tourists, the Boston subway company provides a day, three days and seven days a total of three short-term tickets.
Sub par five yuan, nine yuan and eighteen yuan.
It's use and pass, is in these days, you can unlimited use.
As mentioned earlier, in Boston, the local government has the convenience of the public to the airport, there is a free feeder bus subway blue line airport.
In other words, even if you don't drive, you can easily access to the airport.
That year, I was from the shuttle shuttle to Boston visit friends from all sides.
   Oh!
Yes, in Boston, "T" is synonymous with the subway, take Transportation.
The people who live here, usually to go to a "T", is refers to the subway.
For backpackers, especially travel alone, such as the Boston underground railway system is cheap and convenient, it is a great boon.

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