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Old October 7th, 2006, 04:14 PM posted to rec.travel.resorts.all-inclusive
Bob Cotter
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Default Manzanillo

My wife and I (mid 50s) have never been to an all-inclusive resort. We
have taken a number of cruises and are used to the concept of

In January 2007 we would like to go to Manzanillo and stay at a resort.
If you have been to a resort in this area and have either positive or
negative recommendations for us, I would appreciate reading them in the
group, or, sent to me by private email.

Cheers... Bob

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