Villamar Princesa Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... pesos for a double room that stank like **** and was on the main road so it was really noisy. We were tired and exasperated and had to walk up the road to park the car securely, on the way back we brought some beers to help ease the pain of the whole drive and the corruption we had endured. We spent the rest of our evening drinking beers and shots of Pox; a seriously strong liqueur from Chapias that James had given Kike. We were drinking shots out of a deodorant lid and ...
... staying in! The beach, said to be one of the nicest in Mexico, definitely didn't rate that highly for us. Not only is there so much rubbish down where we were staying, but you can't relax without a hawker hassling you to buy the ****** souvenirs every minute. It gets old pretty quickly! You can see why tourists don't bother with Acapulco anymore. Sad, but true unfortunately. But we weren't really here for the beach. We ...
... s devastating Hurricane Manuel, so tourism (the main industry) has hit an all-time low. The lack of other foreign tourists in the area made us easy targets for determined salespeople and long stares. We didn't feel safe walking around at night, nor comfortable laying on the beach (though we did stumble upon an awesome veggie restaurant). We paid upfront for three nights' stay at our hotel and left after ...
Today we spent the day sailing down the coast of Mexico. From our map, we are off the coast of Acapulco. No port stops today as we are heading to Guatamala, which takes two nights and two days sailing to arrive. The waters are very calm and the sailing very smooth. We are both very relaxed and Johnny is enjoying the variety of foods on board.
... evident in Puerto Vallarta, but was really noticeable in Acapulco. On the ship’s dock there are several military and police uniformed officers armed with machine guns. When you leave the ship, you have to pass these personnel and their weapons. I’m not too sure if I should be happy that there are a lot of machine guns on the dock, or if I should be shocked that there a lot of machine guns on the dock. In Acapulco, at ...