- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... but also a chocolate shop and a coffee place, so I'm all set.
Our hotel is somewhat annoyingly situated in the centre of the town's never-ending nightlife, bars and restaurants and tacky souvenir shops everywhere. But hey, it's only a few blocks from the beach. My plans involve a parasol, a beach chair and pink drinks with umbrellas in them. Eat your heart out, minus-20 dwelling fellow Montrealers.
We went out for dinner -- Jelle and I ended up getting sushi of ...
... play around Jess as a welcome to Mexico. You should have seen her face, It was absolutely priceless!! The following morning as per usual Stuie was up with the birds. But we all had to get up early as we'd forged a plan to go kayaking off the pier out the front of our hotel and as we only had one day In this little patch of paradise, we had to make the most of it. As we were all getting ready Stuie asked me (while I was still in my PJ's) to come upstairs with him ...
... with a lot more balletic flair. We're given a big new basket of balls and Adan, with regular comments on our progress that are a mixture of faint praise and the more frequently despairing, "I don't wanna see that...", watches us lay waste to the grass with Coman creating such a mound of divots you'd think there'd been an infestation of moles digging up the lawn. I manage to send a fair few balls flying down the green, swinging away with gay ...
... down. This pyramid I think is one of the few that they currently allow tourists to climb which is both good but also sad.
The other main archaeological site that I have visited in the area is Chichen Itza. Chichen Itza is a UNESCO World Heritage site and has been voted as one of the world's new 7 world wonders. This site was built in approximately 400 AD and abandoned somewhere around 987 AD. Whilst it is not known for ...
... of blocks later we stopped at a bakery where we each got to choose 1 bread item, but no pressure to buy. The center of town is a rather large square with a clock tower. The current Cozumel population is about 90.000 and the primary industry is tourism.
Our final stop was at the town museum. There was also a shop there and Patricio gave us a talk on black coral vs the various imitations. At the museum there was a garden with ...