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Mark every piece of luggage inside and outside with your last name and first initial only. Do not use a title [Mz.] Do not put your home address or destination address on the luggage unless your destination is a hotel or resort.

 

The Tale Of
The Newsboy

Once upon a time there was a little newsboy who was very, very poor and he only sold old newspapers because he didn't have enough money for new ones.

People didn't by his newspapers because they were all so out of date, and they wanted new newspapers.

So the little newsboy never sold any, and every day he accumulated more and more old newspapers.

What the little newsboy did was put up a paper recycling plant, and he became a millionaire, bought out all the newspaper businesses and the news agencies, prohibited publishing current news, and thus obliged people to read only news of the past.

In the papers on sale today, for example, you'd read that the Zapatistas are about to arrive in Mexico City and that they'll meet with the Villistas there.

You can't quite make out the date, but it seems to either 1914 or 1997.

 

 

Buckle Up!

Mexico now has
a seat-belt law.

CANCUN RESTAURANTS

Rain Forest Cafe Cancun The restaurants and food you find in Cancun are the same as you would find in Atlantic City, Miami, Vegas, Toronto etc. In Cancun they realize that they are catering to an international clientele [mostly Americans] so many of the major chains from Ruth's Steak House to Burger King are here.

The Mexican theme is of course prevalent here and there are many restaurants serving exotic dishes. Most restaurants catering to tourists are quite lavishly decorated and interesting places to eat in.

The restaurants are spread out all over the hotel-zone and in Cancun City. Any restaurant you wish to visit in the hotel-zone is only a short taxi drive away.



FINDING A RESTAURANT

Almost every hotel room in Cancun will have a book or booklet with restaurant advertisements.

Most rooms also have a phone book with "yellow pages". The yellow pages list every restaurant in Cancun along with a phone number should you choose to book a reservation.

NOTE: It is advisable to book a reservation if you are traveling during the high season [Jan - April] as it gets very busy at this time of the year.

Some restaurants have entertainment of some nature.



RESTAURANT PRICES

Carlos and Charlies Cancun Prices in Cancun for food are established by the going rate in American hotel-zones. So for Americans traveling to Cancun, restaurant food is basically priced the same as back home, for Europeans it is less expensive and for Canadians it is more expensive than home.

Food does become less expensive once you get into Cancun City. Some Mexican restaurants are competitively priced against the tourist restaurants but many are much less expensive and the food can be quite excellent.



WHAT TO ORDER

Margaritaville Cancun We have sat in many a restaurant and watched Canadian and American visitors sit down and stare blankly at a Spanish menu wondering what to order. It gets funnier when the waiter shows up and can't speak a word of English.

All "tourist" restaurants will have an English menu. Some even have German and Italian translated menus. The Mexican restaurants generally do not do this however and only have Spanish menus although some do have Spanish-English menus. Mexican restaurants in the hotel-zone will all have English menus. If there is not one on your table simply ask for the English menu.

If you stick to restaurants in the hotel-zone then you do not have to worry about Spanish menus. If you travel away from the hotel-zone then you will have to figure out what is what. It can get complicated because many restaurants have their own "specialties" so names of foods can change.



EATING TIMES

Every country tends to have different eating times. The Mexicans as do the Europeans, eat their dinner late, after 7:00, many much later. So the restaurants tend to fill up around 9:00 at night.

Breakfast is served until 11:00 at most places, hotel buffets included. Lunch is served throughout the day however some Mexican restaurants will close down until dinner. The "tourist" restaurants always remain open and most serve meals from lunch on.

We at TravelYucatan.com personally like to eat early and this we find works best because quite often restaurants are not busy at all around 5:00 and you get really fast service at this time.



RECOMMONDATIONS

What's the best restaurant in Cancun?

With such a large number of restaurants serving such a wide variety of foods it would be impossible to single out one or even a couple as being the best. Not only that but we at TravelYucatan.com could hardly be considered food critics, we enjoy BBQ off the guys at the side of the road in the jungle as much as we enjoy five star.

Listed below, in no specific order, are restaurants in Cancun that have gained notoriety for food, ambience and service:

RESTAURANTLOCATIONMENU
Locanda PaoloDowntownItalian
Casa RolandiPlaza CaracolItalian
The CovePlaya Langosto dockSeafood
Carrillo'sDowntownSeafood
La FisheriaPlaza CaracolSeafood
Captain's CoveRoyal Yacht Club MarinaSeafood
Blue BayouBlvd Kukulcán - HyattMexican Cajun
La ParrillaAve Yaxchilán 51Mexican Steak Seafood
La DestileriaBlvd Kukulcan Km 12.6Upscale Mexican
Ruth's ChrisKukulcan Plaza Shopping MallSteak & Seafood
CambalacheForum-by-the-SeaSteak & Seafood
MikadoMarriott HotelJapanese/Thai Cuisine

The Blue Bayou has nightly jazz and Dixieland music and La Parrilla has live Mariachi at 8:00pm.



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Cancun is a world-class tourist resort destination and a thriving community of 450,000 full-time residents who lead normal, often very traditional lives.

The greatest asset Cancun has is its natural marine playground which sparkles with a warm sun more than 200 days of the year.

Cancun beaches are 14 miles of white-talc sand.

Don't forget that sunlight in the Yucatan is more direct than most are accustomed to. Limit you initial exposure then increase exposure as your vacation progresses.

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