Hotel Las Palmas
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The two hour bus ride to Cancun went quickly, and on the way we drove past numerous luxury 5* resorts. Unfortunately, we couldn't afford to pay £400 a night, so instead opted for a cheap hotel in the city centre. The bright yellow Hotel Las Palmas was only a short walk from the bus station, which was nice as it was very hot under the mid-afternoon …
Howdy again! Coming to you from Tulum after spending 3 nights on the most amazing island in the world. What a place! The atmosphere, people, food, our accommodation and the sunsets just incredible. It finally felt like we were in Mexico.
Day 1 – 24/08/2011
It was sad to leave such an amazing resort, but we had to get …
Our bus ride to Chichen Itza would take about six hours and would drop us off in a little town called Piste, a few kilometers from the ruins. We planned to see the ruins that afternoon and spend the night in the town's only hostel before moving on to Cancun the following day, allowing us enough time in Cancun to organise ourselves a little for Cuba …
Just a quick note to say with all the fun we've been having we've quite neglected our Wolverhampton fan base. We are now in Isla Mujeres, a small Caribbean island just off the coast of Cancun. We'll spend two nights here before catching our flight to the US on Sunday.
Its raining at the The moment.
Love to all xxxxx
... nothing but white sand light blue water and perfect sky blue. Fell asleep. Left the beach around 4pm and went back to Villa Vera to shower and relax.
Decided to head back into town for dinner at Angelo's on Hildago. Great, great, great pizza. Great people watching. We may switch our tradition of having our first night on the island dinner at Rolandi's to this place....
Back to Villa Vera by 10pm. Asleep by 11.
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
We had just left Cancun from a horrid experience & were looking for a new place to stay. We told Safari, the owner, everything that happened in Cancun. EVERYTHING. She was so apologetic and immediately set us up in a King room - and told us we would always be welcome and safe there. We've gone back every year since April 2010. It's no frills, clean, safe and perfect.
Safari (daughter), Kate (Mom) & baby Dania (granddaughter) are three Canadian women owners of this small- hostel like stay near Playa Norte. Safari has been coming to Isla as a baby herself with her mom & they decided to invest in an existing business in 2009.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.