Ventanas al Mar
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... but it looked a lot one! We also ran into, what we later discovered was called, a white nosed coatimundi, or coati, and a javelina! They were too quick for me to get a picture sadly.
Along the road were a bunch of little beach clubs and stretches of empty beaches. Naturally we found a place to pull off and wander around an empty beach. It was breathtaking. The most beautiful blues in the ocean and perfect sand. It was truly paradise. Of course I ...
Last night we had our final 'posh restaurant' experience. Every night we were booked into one of the fancy restaurants themed by different countries. We had not bee successful with any thus far with the Mexican, ironically, being the worst so our expectations were dragging behind us as we walked in. It was surprisingly good actually. Enormous great chunks of meat cooked over a fire and hacked off onto our plates. To make it ...
... Palancar until we were told to 'leave now we are closing'. Moving on we went to Alberto's because unlike most of these beach bars they close at 9pm not sundown (about 6pm). Alberto's is a bar and seafood restaurant. They have their own fishing boats and catch their own fish. The owner came out to show us what they had for that evening, red snapper, crabs claws and lobster tails. I could have eaten it all but it was expensive, the sort of prices we would pay at home. We came ...
... adult only dining venue.
Remy was an amazing seven course French dining experience where presentation was as much importance as taste. Our server, Julien, was from France and was outstanding and we went with his recommendations of two pre-selected courses although you can choose from an ala carte style menu. I’d equate the entire experience similar to Victoria & Albert’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian with the edge going to Remy for ...
... met people here from all over the world. Most are coming to Playa from Europe and South America. Specifically Argentina and jolly old England. It seems North Americans prefer the faster pace of Cancun. Tonight's dinner was excellent. It was Mexican theme night. I really enjoyed the molé and bistek ranchero. They made churros right there, ...