Holiday Inn Express Cancun Zona Hotelera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... list. There were only 4 performers.
So here is how it worked, we got to choose from a list of songs (I chose I Love Rock and Roll by Joan Jett) and they had volunteers be judges, and the band played, and contestants sang. After, the winner was decided by a combination of audience applause, the volunteer judges, and the workers at the resort. I do not want to toot my own horn or anything, but I KILLED it! I knew the song well enough that ...
... Chinese. 'You know you've had a big night when you're missing your pants'. I am trying to lighten up this conversation as he is just being too serious. He replies that he has his pants, wallet and phone. 'Good' I say. He missed the point all together. There was something real odd about this guy. He starts going on about how this hotel is so far from the action and how he has a hotel room at the hardrock cafe hotel, all inclusive and that's where the real ...
... we break into a jog, and before we know it, we're out the front doors and we're freeeeee! We make a whooping noise as we exit the hotel, looking like a couple of sandy, bedraggled hobos. The wealthy guests waiting for taxis or limos look at us like we're on drugs and probably wonder how we were even inside their establishment.They don't know what we've been through to get here... We cross the road to this little Mexican restaurant and I drink about five papaya ...
... language and began speaking a considerable amount of Spanish (Yo no habla Espaņol). oops. On the bus I met a pleasant and equally wealthy women named Barb. She was a Vacouverite (you could tell) on route to her second home in Hopkins, Belize. She spoke about a Jaguar Sanctuary involving a lazy river with floating tubes and, you guessed it, jaguars.
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