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Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
Uconnhusky stayed here on Oct 30, 2013 during their trip titled: Next Adventure: nuptial magic in Mexico.
Anyone who knows us is aware that we're quite partial to a bit of quality nosh, so when we'd been looking into potential hotels for our two week sojourn I'd paid particular attention to the reviews of food on Trip Advisor. Barring the odd disgruntled - and often mentally unstable - punter, there'd been a fair amount of praise for the Playacar …
The course of true love never runs smooth, or so it is said. And in less than a month we'll have been together for 13 years - unlucky for some! But we're pretty bloody fortunate as from that very first thunderbolts and lightning moment when we clapped eyes on each other we've been two peas in a pod, yin and yang, Gilbert and George, Rogers and …
As the Bible didn't quite say, Man cannot live on all-inclusive food alone, so after more than a week of assorted dinner options within the various restaurants of the Playacar Palace, it's time to head back onto the quirky streets of Playa del Carmen. And by streets I mean just one, the almost two mile long expanse of fun that is Fifth Avenue. …
Despite Coman having done the PR for Alton Towers a few years ago, we're not exactly theme-park kinda people. So booking a day out to Xcaret, one of the many huge adventure playgrounds catering to the masses of tourists on the Mayan Riviera, is a bit of a gamble. But what prompts us to choose this is the fact it's more of a cultural 'eco' …
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
We would go back to this resort any time we are in Mexico!
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