Cancun and Cozumel Pocket Guide

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Berlitz Publishing, 2000 - Travel - 144 pages
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With over 40 million copies sold world-wide, Berlitz Pocket Guides have long been renowned for their ease of use and portability by booksellers and travelers alike. Completely revised and updated, Pocket Guides continue to provide a world of information for travel at any budget -- and still fit into a pocket.

Revised editions continue to be extensively rewritten, and feature brand new maps and striking new photography.

Features of Berlitz Pocket Guides include:
-- Practical advice for leisure and business travel
-- Comprehensive sightseeing information, both the top sights and roads less traveled
-- Selective but widely ranging hotel and restaurant recommendations
-- Helpful website addresses
-- Destination-specific language and culture tips
-- Essential information on such topics as public transportation and tourist information offices
-- Comprehensive recommendations for shopping, outdoor activities, and nightlife
-- Four-color interior design and graphics
-- Eye-catching, modern covers
-- Color-coded quick reference sections
-- Convenient fold-out cover maps

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Contents

Introduction
8
Where to Go
25
Along the Riviera Maya to Tulum
43
The Puuc Route
70
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About the author (2000)

Author Lindsay Bennett and photographer Pete Bennett have over forty travel titles of destinations worldwide to their credit, twenty-five of which are joint productions. Both caught the travel bug early, backpacking around Europe and Asia as students. After graduation Lindsay went on to a career in education and training before returning to her first love. Pete moved straight into freelance photography, working with several airlines, tourist boards and blue chip travel companies before moving into publishing. Both are certified divers, and enjoy skiing whilst 'off-duty.' Pete has a pilots license and their best job scenario is to be able to fly themselves to locations from their homes in England and France.

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