Hotel Casa Ticul
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... given the wide variety of options and the lack of authenticity of the Mexican food anyway. It was good, if eye-wateringly expensive compared to everywhere else in Mexico. Then some people set out to embrace the nightlife to make up for the illness-tinged festivities last night. Not being twenty-two anymore, I went back to the hotel and called it night, and tried gamely to fall asleep despite the loud thumping music.
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... sunsets we have ever seen. 20 minutes in to our journey the sun was setting over Cancun in Mexico and the colours were so vivid, beautiful reds and oranges and very vibrant and clear. We ate out in the restaurant tonight (no surprise there then) and on the way out we ended up in the Swarovski shop and bought ourselves 2 new pieces. A Christmas Mousse and a Santa's helper. Both are lovely and we haven't bought ourselves any for a couple of years. We ...
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