Hotel Hacienda Real del Caribe
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Hacienda Real del Caribe Playa del Carmen
Located only two or three blocks from the beach, and only one block from the shops and restaurants on 5th Avenue! I definitely do not feel like I missed out on anything by not staying directly on the beach. In fact, I liked being close to the convenience store to get (cheaper) bottled water. No complaints about the accommodations - the inner courtyard has a swimming pool and foliage. I strongly suggest getting a room that faces the courtyard (instead of the street) in order to avoid street noise.
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... good at all! It was crumbly and seemed the consistency of ricotta cheese. We left most of that uneaten.
Off to bed we went. We were settling in and Bryce looked at me and asked if someone was taking a shower outside our room. I looked at him confused. He went and opened the door and it was pouring down crazy rain, and the wind was moving through the trees rather forcefully. We both laughed and shrugged. It is rainy season here. Now we are off thebed to awake to a new day.
... amend his torn cartilage two weeks prior to our departure from England! We had a German instructor who had brightly dyed short blonde hair and his sense of humour was blunt but witty. We were lucky enough to have the instructor all to ourselves so we went at our own pace, and as time was very limited and rougher seas were forecast in the coming days, we were anxious to move quickly to avoid delays. The first day we spent the morning in the pool practicing safety ...
David's jet lag kicked in again and, as usual, he was awake at 4am. It was a few hours before the rest of Playa Del Carmen woke up and opened their cafes for 'desayuno' - breakfast. We ate at a small Spanish comedor, a kind of a cafe, next to our hotel. David had been thinking of Huevos Rancheros since waking up 3 hours earlier and wasn't disappointed. The coffee was served with sugar & cinnamon - no idea if that's a Mexican ...
... part of the english congregation now. My records are on their way but the elders invited me to attend the congregation Pioneer meeting. I also attended the meeting in Vancouver before I left so I got double blessing...and double dinner!
I'm getting over the shock of people actually accepting magazines, but I think I need to be a little bolder and get some contact emails or numbers and offer studies...that is my goal this week...I'll let you know how it ...
... institutions than most of the major cities in the world! He also told us where we should not be walking after dark which was exactly where we had discussed not going :-) This was one of those times that it really would have been a lot better if we had more than just Spinglish but at least we did have enough between us to understand most of what he told us. We finally went back to our table and had a lovely cup of coffee :-)
As it was our last night, we had ...