City Express Cancun
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews City Express Cancun
Travel Blogs from Cancun
... and ate sushi with a fajita! Couldn't check in yet so we just explored and ate. Then went in the pool! We checked in, relaxed and then went back in the water. We walked along the beach after that and it was nice! We had chinese for an after noon snack, and the nice buffet for dinner! We played cards outside of the restaurant in front of the nice fountain and then went to bed. I was really impatient for ash to ...
... hard to keep up and of course trying to keep out of their way. Sometimes we could see two at once, and if we lost one we could generally turn around and find another. These were big fish, about the size of the boats surrounding them, and swimming with them is a bit surreal. At one point, a pod of dolphins turned up for good measure as well. We weren't told when we were leaving, the boat just started up and headed back towards shore. All in all the ...
Today was an admin day. I've been advised to take out the money I need in advance of going to Cuba rather than do so there, and change it into either Canadian Dollars, Euros or Sterling (in that order), so it's a bit of a guesstimate of how much I need against how much I can take out each day.
Otherwise I hit up Walmart to try and track down a new rape bag. Mine has almost completely disintegrated, and with the excess cash I'll be carrying around Cuba want something a bit ...
Well, after an arduous plane journey that involved more waiting time (filled catching up on half a season of Walking Dead) than flight time and feeling like I'd lost a limb with my partner in crime on a bus to northern Colombia, I finally touched down in Cancun.
I knew what to expect out of the place and it bore no surprise as I rolled toward the centre of town that it resembled an American strip mall, more than any sort of Spanish colonial Mexican town. Situated on ...
... lot of food stalls serving very nice local food. We had fresh strawberry cocktail, some tortas (Mexican sandwiches) and tacos. There was always a great atmosphere with loads of locals eating and chatting. We also tried marquesitas which are a kind of pancakes but with different ingredients inside wrapped like a taco. We took one with nutella, banana and Gouda cheese (yes, cheese!) and it was amazing so it became our favorite dessert.
Day 2: October 8, ...