10 More days Until we leave for Mexico!!

So I was going over my stuff.  We booked this trip back in March and have been so busy lately that I haven’t had time to even think about all that we are going to be doing.  So today I got online to reaquaint myself with the trip we have planned, specifically the dining.

So we are staying at El Cid Castilla Beach.  Here are a list of the restaurants that we have to choose from

Club de Playa. Snack bar at the pool offering lunch and refreshing drinks. Active atmosphere with entertainment staff. Swim-up bar. Open from 10am to 6pm.

El Alcazar. A casual but elegant A la Carte gourmet restaurant with a fantastic view to the lighted swimming pool area, offering International cuisine and a wide variety of wines. Some dishes and desserts are cooked at your table. 24-hour advance reservations required. Open 7 to 11pm. Dark Mondays.

La Alahambra. Casual buffet restaurant for lunch with a fantastic ocean view, offering a different theme buffet every day. Large salad and sandwich station. Open 12-4pm

La Cascada. An exquisite fair for Mexican food lovers in a very Mexican atmosphere and décor, serving A la Carte fine cuisine. 24-hour advance reservations required. Open 7 to 11pm. Dark Wednesdays.

La Pergola Theater. A food lovers heaven, with one of the largest buffets in Mexico, offering breakfast in the morning and theme dinner entertainment at night with a different menu and show nightly. Open 7 to 11am and 7 to 10pm.

Lobby Bar
. Casual sports bar with live music some days of the week. Open 3-11pm.

So like any all inclusive or cruise we have ever done I always go with the attitude of “I don’t have to cook it” and if for some reason it’s not all the good, I won’t complain about it and let it ruin my trip instead I will think about all the weight I won’t gain from pigging out.

Alright, off to keep exploring…..

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