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  1. Yes, that's just what we were talking about doing. After looking on Google Earth, it looks like there are restaurants one after another. Hoping to find the one with really good chilequiles for breakfast, and the good margaritas and nachos for lunch! Haha! Have been cruising Yelp this evening looking at food pictures and now I'm starving! I think we may go down toward Langostino's to start, they have breakfast and my beloved chilequiles. Then we can meander back toward The Sea Monkey, stopping at other places along the way till we head back to the ship.
  2. Thanks for your input. I have been doing a bit more searching using Google Earth, and I put Langastino's on my list of places to look into. Not looking for upscale on this trip, but I did look at La Palapa and it looks very nice. We just want a casual spot where we can swim a bit, eat and have some adult beverages. I also looked at Burros, a review on Yelp mentioned that you could hang out at a table all day if you wanted to. It appears to be in between Langastino's and The Sea Monkey, would you happen to know if the beach is OK in that area? It's next to La Cebolla Roja if that helps any. Google Earth won't let me get closer to the beach than the walkway that runs in front of the restaurants.
  3. Hubby and I would like to find a casual restaurant/bar on the sand where we can claim a table for several hours. We would buy lunch, and several drinks, while enjoying the atmosphere and taking an occasional dip in the ocean. Anyone have any recommendations for places that would allow us to camp out in their establishment in that fashion? I was thinking maybe The Sea Monkey would be such a place? Are there others that anyone has any experience with? We are not looking to just hog up a table without ordering drinks and food, and we always tip well. Thanks for any suggestions!
  4. Has anyone done this tour? My question is mainly regarding the pricing on the Princess website. The tour is offered at 2 different times. One is from 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM. The other is just one hour later for departure at 10:30, arriving back at 3:30. However, the price is $10 more for the later excursion at 10:30. Our preference would probably do the earlier tour, and have more free time afterwards, but are we missing something? Is there a reason that the later tour would be more expensive? If there is a good reason to do a later time, then I will definitely consider it, even though the cost is more. I don't think I've ever seen an excursion through Princess being charged differently for the exact same tour, but just a different excursion time. Also would appreciate any feedback you have on the actual excursion. We are interested mainly because of the mini speed boat part, and I have not been able to find a local tour company that offers anything similar.
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