Gran Bahia Principe Riviera Maya Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... decided to skip the pool/beach today because the weather was rather iffy (rain one minute, sun the next) so I went to the gym instead. They gave me a locker because it wasn't really busy in the spa which was really nice. I had brought my iPod but then realized that I didn't need it because the music in the gym was really good. I was also impressed with the amount of spin bikes available there. I did a good hour of exercise including spin. I ...
... Latin style! :) They were handing out a Mexican drink which was like a margarita without the alcohol but had chunks of fruit in it. I had a guava one. I met Hector who was helping out with the games and he said that there was going to be dance lessons by the pool so I headed back to the room to get change. When I got back to the building, the concierge was there I decided to book my a la carte dinners. I was really interested in going to the seafood ...
... and they kept winding it up so it was really funny to watch, especially the younger of the two as he was so excited every time it would turn faster.
As the plane was departing from the terminal, they stopped it because one of the luggage ropes was stuck somewhere under the plane and they had to remove it. Even with the small delay, we left the gate and was in the air before 9 am which was the listed departure time. According to the pilot, ...
... our visiting and sun bathing, the fab four was finally complete when the future Mrs and the beautiful bride arrived at the resort, her equally adorable family at her side.
Girls, we really did have such an amazing time with you all that week and wouldn't change any of it for anything. Kelly, thank you for doing all that you could so that we could make it to the wedding and to ...
... 8.45pm! A long day as it was a 2 hour bus ride out of the city, but it was well worth it. They had organised excellent guides who spoke to us in English. They also took us to sample tequila and explained how this cactus plant (I’ve forgotten its name) was used to provide paper and needle and thread to the early Mexicans! We went on to enjoy a great meal sitting outside a traditional restaurant serenaded by Mexican guitar players. I am sure I will return ...