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August 17, 2005
We went often to local eateries, not the normal local attractions (Carlos & Charles, etc.), just local places for tacos, beer and chips and salsa. There is nothing like good local Mexican food - that is why we travel to Mexico most often.
The restaurants were a bit overrated.
From journal Mayan Palace Acapulco
Tyrone, Pennsylvania, Afghanistan
March 17, 2005
From journal Spring Break Acapulco for Adults
GREENWOOD, South Carolina
January 25, 2005
San Diego, California
May 20, 2004
From journal Week in Mexico
by bass clef
March 24, 2004
A little known seven-night buffet package deal can be purchased. We bought this for the whole family and then used those seven nights throughout our 14-day stay. This left the option open for a la carte dining or going into town to a restaurant on half of the evenings. We loved our stay.
From journal Acapulco Nights
March 21, 2004
From journal Beautiful sunsets at Mayan Palace-Acapulco
February 28, 2004
We both had beer and paella. There was a mention that it was paella night. However, the waiter didn't seem to know that. I asked for the paella without the meat, only seafood. They were happy to oblige; however, it was very dry. The waiters never return to your table to see how your meal is. The tortilla chips with the salsa and verde sauce was great. Don't mistake the verde sauce for guacamole. Verde sauce is hot.
From journal Grand Mayan Acapulco- NEW
November 11, 2003
From journal Romance in Acapulco
August 18, 2003
From journal Acapulco Magic
April 18, 2003
The Bakal Cafe had a themed buffet every night. Cost was around 200 pesos per person. The food was great and it was all-you-can-eat. We went for the Italian buffet and the food was great! The Tum-tah Restaurant offered fresh seafood and other Mexican treats! The food was great, whatever restaurant you went to...even the pool snack/bar Balche had a great club sandwich and happy hour was 1600 - 1700 every day! No need to head into downtown when you have such great food nearby.
From journal "Mayan Palace" Acapulco, Mexico