Overview Mexican Riviera

Visiting Mexican Riviera

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Stories and Tips Mexican Riviera

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What to Pack

Written by Linda Kaye on 11 Jan, 2002

This is probably the most important question you will ask yourself after all arrangements are made. Here are just a few guidelines. At least one, and possible two nights (on a 7 day cruise) will be designated as "formal". Ladies, this means your finest…Read More

Money Matters

Written by Linda Kaye on 11 Jan, 2002

Each passenger is issued a cruise card for charges to your shipboard account. This card is also used when you leave or re-enter the ship. There is no money exchanged on the cruise, except in the Casino. All purchases for shopping, shore tours,…Read More

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Photo Memories

Written by Linda Kaye on 11 Jan, 2002

Another great benefit on a cruise is the wonderful photography that is available from professionals. In addition to the routine candid shots such as the initial embarkation and at each port, photos of your group at the formal dining are taken. There are…Read More

Sole Resort-Tulum, Mexico

Written by Bonsai5 on 29 Oct, 2004

I would definitely recommend the Sole Resort. It's about an hour south of Cancun. NOTE: It took an hour and a half to get through immigration. The lines were endless and there weren't enough custom’s officials to handle the hordes.…Read More

Paradise Found at Grand Flamenco Xcaret

Written by yoshibird on 15 Jul, 2004

Grand Flamenco Xcaret is without a doubt one of the most serene places on earth. The resort is overwhelmingly beautiful, with its traditional architecture, five-star amenities and jungle surroundings. The lobby features a sitting/lounge area that has a calm river running through it,…Read More

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One day in Mazatlan

Written by Cantin2 on 10 Dec, 2004

In Mazatlan, the ships dock in the commercial port, in a protected marina east of the old town. A canopy-covered trolley transports cruisers to the port entrance. As soon as you get off the trolley, you’re mobbed by timeshare salespeople and tour vendors offering you…Read More

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Written by sfisk on 13 May, 2005

VERY relaxing. There are seaside beds all over the resort to lie on outside. Some are located on the beach, and some are closer to the resort. They have white flowing curtains hanging from the canopy tops. The spa is also…Read More

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The ship was decorated for the holiday season

Written by 12CGTV on 04 Jan, 2011

The Carnival Spirit had a lot of decorations and Christmas trees on board for the holidays and on the last night of the cruise they a has a Christmas Show , with the singers and dancers and Santa Claus.…Read More

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