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Lots of shopping, but mostly what I call Junk (or cheap stuff). Huge closed Ferris wheel seemed to be a draw, and there are some interesting statues along the road. Too hot walk much though to really explore.
Transport on cancun's no #1 strip is easy as clicking your fingers you just need to know where you are going and jump on an R1or R2 it's the most economical means of transport value for money .lovely well manicured lawns lined with coconut trees...More
Took the R2 buses to & from downtown and the ferry at Playa Tortuga... Some were very OK, others downright scary! the Driver of R2-45 was good, wasn't too aggressive... The Driver of R2-12 was a complete A-hole. his driving was just brutal to endure...More
Kukulcan Boulevard runs along the lagoon, it seems for around 8-9 miles! It's very long! We got the R1 or the R2 bus. The drivers are using the buses as racing cars. Really funny, some of the drivers has music blaring! We got the bus...More
This is just a street, albeit a very touristy one. To get around the Hotel zone, you need to use it, but it's a bit of a stretch to call it an "attraction." One thing to know. There are crocodiles in the lagoon, who like...More
Avenida Kukulcán is the main avenue where most of the hotels in Cancun are located. You will find many seafood and steakhouse restaurants, McDonald’s, shopping malls: La Isla and Plaza Kukulcán, Coco Bongo Club, etc. Depending where your hotel is located many places are in...More
During your stay in Cancun you should plan on visiting Avenida Kukulcan once during the day and once during the night. During the day the leisurely drive is best done in an air-conditioned taxi or private vehicle. At night you can take a bus with...More