Barcelo Maya Colonial
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBarcelo Maya Colonial Puerto Aventuras
A-MA-ZING. huge hotel (some members of my family even thought it was too big, but seriously, how could it be too big?!), nice & big buffet, beautiful beach, my favorite part was definitely the 'Plaza Mexicana' on the resort itself, I ended almost every single one of my days wandering around the shops again & again. Absolutely loved my stay!
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this trip changed me forever,
I discovered so much during my somewhat short stay in Riviera Maya.
I think that's what we call the 'travel bug'.
it was my first real vacation out of the country so I didn't really know what to expect, but I honestly couldn't have asked for anything better.
... arrive fast enough! Sabrina arrives 15 minutes later and we go on our merry way.
After checking in at Pearson (I wonder if my luggage will survive the trip now that it is broken?), we go to Swiss Chalet to eat and have our first drink of the trip. Sabrina is "happy" really quickly - after half a glass of wine - because she hasn't eaten anything in 24 hours. Ça promet!!! We finish our meal just in time to pass through Security, where I get selected at the front of the ...
Well 1 week over. Time goes too fast. Having a great time Weather bit hit an miss again today we seem to be getting the best weather early in the mornings Sat in the room at the min had a nice shower and now just chilling out. Bliss Towel sculpture today. An elephant. Italian a la carte tonight. Lovely ...
... reopened since we last checked, and low and behold, the italian one had! We sat in the cozy Bella Vista dining room with a lookout on the water, and enjoyed several courses of salads, beef carpaccio and lasagna, and tiramisu for dessert.
We took a final walk along the beach, enjoying the warm breeze, the smell of the ocean... and rough texture of the palm trees.
Finally, it was to the room for sleep. Tomorrow will be a day for ...
... the Japanese a la carte restaurant. We got dinner and a show, since the chef was right in the middle of the island, making our meals before our eyes (the menu wasn't huge, maybe three or four things, but enough for even our discerning anime tastes).
There are shows and entertainment at night, but hey, we're tired people. Bed at 9:00, sleep at 9:20pm. That's the way you do it.