Hotel Casa Ticul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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La Casa del Agua, on the 5th avenue and close to the ADO station, second time in this place, delicious food on the expensive side but worth it, it is an open space so it is a little hot in the summer but I read there is a great terrace in the back where you can see the sea if you come at lunch time. I rate this place with a 9! http://www.lacasadelagua.com/?lang=es
... to arrange a surprise and we were greeted by a cake made of towels, rose petals spelling her initials and a chilling bottle of bubbles. We guzzled it before heading out to explore the town, have an awesome Mayan dinner and shop shop shop! The following day was a long fun filled day; starting with a tasty hotel breakfast, spa pedicures, on to a beachside lunch and an afternoon of cocktails sunning at the ...
... and I wasted 200 pesos going back and forth, and am unfortunately stuck in Cozumel now. Of course the only reason I am really here is to dive, and I am doing that tomorrow! The reefs of Cozumel are some of the best in the world to explore, you can read about them in any dive book. So right now the plan is to dive, and if I have to leave Cozumel early, oh well. But I would like to do some couchsurfing now, as I'm tired of paying for hostels. RYAN UPDATE: ...
Having a lovely day so far. Had breakfast which was lovely (apart from Simon's raw egg!) and had lots of choice. Then we went to meet our Thomson rep who told us about the things we could do. We think we might go to swim with whale sharks, go on a trip to swim and snorkel in an underground cenote and swim with turtles, go to Tulum to see the Mayan ruins and have an evening in Playa Del Carmen. We ...
... other half of the Mayakoba were beach front villas, but I preferred the lagoon. It was special. It was different. It was truly exotic. We headed straight to the pool for yes, more tequila drinks, photo shoots and lunch but not before Sue took 50 more shots of the hotel room before we ruined it with our luggage. Paul orders a heavy lobster pasta in the oppressive heat. I couldn't fathom it. But honestly, it was the best purchase of the trip. Apparently ...