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David asks…

What is the best all inclusive hotel in Cancun, Mexico. We are planning a trip there in July and need help?

We need to book two rooms for my wife and our three kids, one of which will 20 yrs old by then.

Tijuana answers:

Definitely check out Dreams Cancun. It is a family friendly resort located in the hotel zone in Cancun. One of the best things about the resort besides the outstanding service they provide, is that it has a dolphin aquarium on site! This means that you can swim with dolphins right at the resort. The resort also has other activities like tennis, snorkeling, a spa, windsurfing, hobie cats and kayaks. If you are interested in any excursions, the resort has a tour desk that can help you book some in the area.

I loved the pools at Dreams because they have a wait staff and they have a swim-up bar. The food and drinks are great at any of the five restaurant and five bars or you can enjoy a night in with 24-hour room service. I hope you enjoy your vacation!

William asks…

What do you think about the Iberostar in Cozumel, Mexico?

We are looking for a spring break destination next year. we are going with another family so it amounts to 10 people from ages 14,16, 19, 21 and then five adults and a grandpa that is 87 but in great shape for his age.
We were looking at club med cancun and the resort looked nice but then we remebered all the crazy parties in cancun. What are your pros and cons for these two places?

Tijuana answers:

I think you’ll find that the Iberostar Cozumel will fit what you’re looking for better. If you’re not dead set on Cozumel or Cancun, Playa Del Carmen has some great resorts including the Iberostar Quetzal, Iberstar Tucan, and about 5 Riu Resorts. We liked this location because it was within walking distance to Fifth Avenue in Playa del Carmen. You can take a Ferry right over to Cozumel right from Fifth Avenue, which might be convenient if you’d like to get to the area. If you decide to choose a Riu Resort in the area I would probably go with the Riu Yucatan (they have Monkeys, entertainment, a nice enough beach (but with large sandbags similar to all the resorts in this area), and buffets with average food.

I have heard great reviews about the Iberostar Cozumel (and all Iberostars for that matter), so if you want Cozumel, go with that! I’d suggest looking on It compares packages from popular vacation companies that include your hotel, airfare, All-inclusive perks (if the resort has them), free transfers, and your taxes and fees. I booked right on their site and talked with a travel agent who was simply AMAZING!

Hope I didn’t offer too much info!

Chris asks…

What is the best cruiseline for two guys in their early 20’s?

We’d be staying 5 days and we’re looking for the following:

1) Adventures off the ship
2) Gambling
3) Great nightlife on or off the ship.

Carribean or some sort of tropical area much preferred.
I don’t remember saying anything about a gay cruise.

Tijuana answers:

I’ve been on two Caribbean cruises. One was on Carnival, the other Royal Caribbean. I thought Carnival seemed to have more young people on board. Both were nice though. I think cruises are great vacations. Both lines (most lines) seem to have similar ports of call (if not the same). Every port that we went to was very touristy though. There are always a ton of different “excursions” at every port.

My friend and I were thinking about a cruise this year, but since we are both single, we decided to do an all inclusive land resort instead. The single population seems to be much higher on that type of vacation. Cruises definitly seem to be more geared toward couples, families, and older folks.

If you do choose a cruise, I suggest going to the web sites of the different lines and looking at what they offer for shore excursions for the various destinations. That may help you make a more educated selection of lines and destination. I think that the Western Caribbean was a lot of fun. Jamaica (every one tried to sell us pot right out in the was funny), Mexico, Grand Caymon. It’s all fun though. Lot’s of umbrella drinks in the sun, great meals, something different to do every day. It’s a nice way to relax.

Have a blast!! Wish I was going with ya!

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