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- Airport Transportation
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Miramar Condominiums Cozumel
Travel Blogs from Cozumel
... took me in the emergency room and the doctor and two nurses tried everything they could to remove the splinters, to no avail. He gave me two prescriptions and a home remedy (hot water and vinegar as often as I could, and we left. I was worried about the whole medical insurance aspect of this. I had insurance with my work, but I would have needed to call them before heading to the emergency, as they would advise me as to where to go. However, my instructor told me that ...
Our first stop for our last day together as a group was a place called Tulum. Apparently it's one of the things to do in playa del carmen as we got there and it was packed. The main attraction of Tulum is the Mayan ruins. Pretty similar to the ones we'd seen previously so most of us were not that bothered about them anymore. What we were waiting for though was the beach there. It was only about 200m long but was probably the most ...
... seafood meal at a local restaurant, which had great food and even greater Mexican prices. And of course, we pulled out every "i" device we had every time we got any kind of wifi signal. We had a walk through some stores before returning to the boat. I know this entry sounds dull but, after the last few days, we didn't mind some R & R.
Since we made it back on board in plenty of time, I decided to go up to afternoon trivia. It ...
... Due to the lost minutes, we had only 1/2 hour to get from one terminal to another. Thanks to Denny's hailing a cart for assistance, we made with only minutes to spare. Obviously, a potty break was more important than food! So...a Ginger Ale and Diet Coke had to hold us for two and 1/2 more hours. Not even peanuts were offered! Arriving in Cozumel, we landed and deplaned via a stairway outside. Entering Mexico through customs ...
... certification. I saw him off into the water with his guide (a little calmer water by now) and then I went to the sea lion show. It was sometimes difficult to understand the announcer because he gave all info first in Spanish and then in his form of English. However, I could tell what the sea lions were doing and their tricks were pretty cool. David met me as the sea lion show was over.
David's private dive was extremely cool. He saw more fish and ...