Villa Escondida Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the day watching Harry Potter one, two, and three :P When we ventured out of the room we felt like vampires avoiding the sun.
Last night I ended up winding up at the Texas Hold'em tables making $100 and watching some crazy fight go down at the close of the casino. Last night idiots :P
I met up with Nicolette at the port today, and dropped John off at the bus station as he ventured off back home. Nic and I ventured down ...
... was there 30 years ago. We decided to take a horse and carriage ride back to the pier. The driver gave us a tour of the city and pointed out various points of interest. He drove us through a residential area. Some of the homes were quite nice. Back at the pier we did some more shopping before heading back to the ship. On board we went to the Windjammer for lunch and then back to the cabin for an afternoon nap. We went to the show at 6:30, ...
... no pressure to order anything. I found two sun loungers under a large umbrella and spent the day reading my book. This is not somewhere you come for a beautiful white powder beach. Apart from the sand around the loungers it's very rocky going into the sea because it's a reef. People come here mainly to snorkel or scuba dive. I could hear people talking about all the different fish they had seen. When Mike returned he said he had ...
... For our tour, we even got to ride in a van all by ourselves. I mentioned to Leo that we had only paid for the car and he said that the day was ours and to worry about anything.
First on our list of things to do in Cozumel was to see where the average person lives in this city. Leo drove us up and down some streets and we got to see the homes, stores, parks, etc. of the average person in this city. Leo commented that ...
... for two on the beach. Throw in various spa treatments, a specially-cooked dinner at the Chef's table and a second at the teppanyaki grill in the hotel's Oriental restaurant, plus a lesson at the Jack Nicklaus golf academy - which should prove highly entertaining as neither of us have the first clue about anything other than drunk crazy-golfing - and we have quite the holiday to look forward to. Combined with our passes to the biggest New Year's Eve party in town courtesy ...