|Quoting Ptugarin (Reply 1):|
Have you considered AM from TIJ? At least you'll get food and free alcohol in your flights (connecting in MEX). AM is a SkyTeam member just like the airlines you mentioned.
|Quoting Siege2L (Reply 2):|
so this leads me to how easy is it to transit from SAN to TIJ?
|Quoting Slovacek747 (Reply 13):|
I hope you have a good time, but quit being a tool and worrying about stupid organic food, overpriced coffee and cell phones while you are in Mexico. If you are the picky, you my as well just stay in weirdo California. Take CO, excellent service and go down and eat a bunch of good ole' enchiladas, rice, and beans.
lol!!! wierdo California!!! This put a smile on my face Trust me, you live in L.A. long enough, you turn into a health freak because you are constantly surrounded by beautiful people... but yes, enchiladas, flautas, chorizo, etc... definitely on the menu - I love the local flavor!!!
[quote=Lgbga,reply=14]We ate in the garden and it was so pretty. You can see pictures on the web site. My husband was wanting to eat lobster and they didn't disappoint him. They served a huge tasty lobster at a very reasonable price.
We also like the Akumal area. There is a beautiful lagoon called Yal Ku nearby. It's crystal clear water so fun for snorkeling.
Another favorite is to take the public ferry to Isla Mujeres and then have one of the locals take you out snorkeling. When you get to the dock just ask around for someone to take you. We usually don't like the touristy atmosphere of the booze party cruises so this has always worked well for us.
The Mexican Yucatan is such a beautiful area, I'm sure you'll have a great trip no matter what you do.
|Quoting BWilliams (Reply 18):|
Cancun proper came across as very much of a party city... more drunken idiots in the streets then I cared for, when I was there. You can get a ferry to take you into Cozumel, which I thought was a wonderful city.
|Quoting SFOFlyer (Reply 3):|
As for hotels, if you are looking for an all-inclusive (including alcohol), I would recommend:
I spent 5 nights with them at the Cozumel Palace, just before the hurricane hit last month. Their other resorts look good too. It is not 5 star, but it is definitely 4.
|Quoting Ayubogg (Reply 20):|
Where to stay? I've been to the Grand Melia Cancun and it was PERFECT but very pricy. If you want a great hotel of a known name and it being affordable, I also stayed at the Westin Regina and it was also excellent.
Very valuable info as I am Starwood Preferred Member... thank you!
Happy travels and I'll keep an eye out for your trip report!
|Quoting JamesJimlb (Reply 21):|
called viva le doplphin or something,
|Quoting JamesJimlb (Reply 21):|
there is cave snorkling that i did
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