Paradise Beach Club Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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So Hugo and I have arrived in Cancun and it is amazing! The flight was a little arduous and not very comfortable but I cannot complain as it got us here! The first thing we did after TWO HOURS at immigration was to take a bus from the airport and checked into a 10-person dorm at Hostel Mundo Joven in the old town. Nothing special but who cares?! First stop was obviously for some Cervezas and some of the local food. We then walked around Cancun at ...
... most of yesterday to sleep! Cut back the dosage today and feeling a lot more awake; we have explored the Hotel Zone a little since it was a cloudy morning. It's very Americanised and not nearly as exciting as downtown. The beaches are here though, so as the sun is now out we might head down there! That's all for now! Victoria and Russell ...
... of the original paint on them. It was definitely one of the best exhibitions I have ever been to. The only downside was few of the texts were translated into English. The museum has been built in the grounds of the ruins of El-Rey so once you have finished inside you can wonder around what was a small Mayan community. After spending a couple of hours there we headed to the party which was in the gated community of Isla Dorado right next to the Mall La Isla. Isla ...
... the corona bar, but it wasn't, it was just a hotel lobby. So, undeterred, I kept on marching up the road. Maybe there was more to see up there. There was a bridge with a view of pirate ships, for cruises I guessed, and boats came and went from those same docks, I continued again, but all I ever saw was ether hotel gates or the roadway. Very few people. I could see a huge Mexican flag not too far off so I walked as far as that. It was the biggest flag I'd seen. So ...
... they could eat as they arrived. Very few of them live by the sea because it's too expensive compared with inner city rental prices. They really enjoyed the surrounding here and it was so nice to have the opportunity to have our friends round and in a way say thank you for the way they have been so kind to us. Mike's margaritas went down a treat (even though being green and looking like a lab experiment) they tasted really good. The sun goes down about 5.30pm and ...