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Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
The first and only thing we did at Cancun was to arrange our excursion trip to the old Mayan settlements of Tulum and Chichén Itzá. Speaking about it with the van’s driver who took us from the airport to the hotel, matter was rapidly settled. Having only five days to spent in the Riviera Maya, we needed to do this trip in a sole day. The …
An excelent Resort, probably one in which more variated was the buffet. Also deserves to be noted the great amplitude of the pool's palapas. I can't remember if they were all, but some palapas were equipped with a mattress wrapped in plastic, but nice to the touch, occupying its entire base. As this was raised above the ground, one could sit or lie …
Tiramillas stayed here on Jul 13, 2005 during their trip titled: Tiramillas's five latest years' travels.
... we stayed and chatted for an hour and a half. The walk home was interesting, as it was raining, making getting a taxi difficult. So after changing back into my shorts and tee, I started walking. By the time I got half way home I was soaked, so I stopped for a couple more quesadillas. Once at the hostel I dried off and had a relaxing sleep. What a great ...
Thursday 26th September - Playa del Carmen was further north than we had expected being some 300 km from the border.
The border crossing went easily, and we were in front of the tourist buses so there were no queues. Our bags crossed the first border Belize, whilst we were in immigration, and the next one in the boot of our taxi, without stopping for inspection. The main road in Mexico is generally dual carriageway with 110km/hr limit so we made much better, and more ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking