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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
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Also to wish eveyone, everywhere, a Very Merry Christmas.
WeŽll try and get more up to date before the New Year - if I can drag Norah out of the sea.
This time an early start and off to the airport at 0830 to be in plenty of time for a 1200 flight. Through check-in and a very disinterested clerk, left our bags with …
... main pyramid and just lay on the grass and stared at the clouds. As lie-on-the-grass settings go, this has got to be the most impressive.
To the beach!
We headed east and arrived at Playa del Carmen around 7:30 after a trip down a toll road so new that Google Maps shows it as a dirt trail. Immediately I could smell the salty sea air and hear the thumping music.
We passed the main shopping street and spotted the likes of Haagen-Dazs, Forever 21 ...
... the Honnerts and when I came back to the room, I was locked out! Turns out that the little orange light that would come on when I put my key card in the door was a warning that the battery was going dead! Who Knew?? LOL Fortunately, I was only needing to grab a bathing suit to head to the spa, so it wasn't that crucial for me to get into the room. And by the time I got back from the spa, the door was working again.
Pam & I headed ...
Day 5 - early morning
Not being a "beach person" but more of an adventurous one, I yearned to get out of this resort and start exploring around the Riviera Maya coastline!
Don't get me wrong! I was definitely spoiled here at the Grand Palladium Resorts and with its “all inclusive packages” that came ...
... US standards. It had A/C, an automatic transmission, and four doors and was a 2011 model. I don't know how a 2011 could be so damaged. The door made a horrible creak when opening. No power locks, no power doors, no power windows. Not to complain, but I expected slightly better for $320/week (collision insurance included). Oh well.
Powering up the GPS, we turned south on highway 307 toward Playa del Carmen. The highway driving is pretty ...