Tuesday, February 2, 2010

"Her Name Was Lola..."

Hola, amigos!

I wish I had counted how many times I heard "Copacabana" a la Barry Manilow: in the elevator, in the pool ladies room, poolside, etc.  But, no complaints whatsoever.  The 'Pulco took my breath away.  It really did.

Anyhoo, here's a little snapshot of our Acapulco experience...

The view from our balcony:


Another view from our balcony...


Ahhh...feet in the sand.  This is probably the most coarse sand I have ever come across.  Felt neat.


The Pacific, my boy and moi.


Sunset shot from our balcony.


The Ruben's Hamburger.  Simply one of the best burger's I have ever had. 
We had two each on this trip.  Washed down with a Corona. 



The Copa...Copacabana.


Our last 2 days were grey, but a break from the relentless Acapulco sun was welcomed.  We made a trip to Senor Frog's on the first grey day.  The Acapulco location is a little disappointing compared to others we've been to.  What was not lacking was the view from the restaurant...worth the trip up there.


This margarita & pina colada were from Frog's, but the hotel drinks were fantastic!
Lime margs are the way!


Other highlights from our point of view, in point form of course:

  • Su Casa.  Oh. My. Gawd.  If you go to Acapulco, eat here.  You pay a bit more, but it's more than worth it.  Trev feasted on the rib-eye steak, while I had the butterflied garlic shrimp.  The location, service and food are all impeccable...a triple threat for sure.  A huge thanks to the Minnesota gang that recommended Su Casa to us.
  • Busted.  Trev and I are not troublemakers.  Usually.  Haha!  However, security nabbed us for bringing Coca-Cola & chips into the hotel and floating around in the pool with our insulated Bubba Keg mugs.  
  • Vibe.  I can't believe the stuff happening.  Flea markets, dancing, city buses pumping with dance music complete with spoilers...the list goes on.  My biggest eye-opener: I had never seen a man come around with two handles and a portable electricity generator in which they were attached to.  I cannot believe people pay to be literally shocked.
  • Landscape.  Pictures don't do it justice.  If you haven't been, go.

Now back to reality! 

Luego!
a

10 comments:

abigail said...

so jealous!

LENORENEVERMORE said...

Have fun in the SUN*
brrr-brrr cold here!

xo*

Raina Cox said...

Looks like a fantastic getaway!

Jane said...

SOunds wonderful! Can't wait til we can go on a trip again!!

bananas. said...

you lucky little...UGH i won't say :P

can you tell i'm super jealous? it looks like an amazing trip. gorgeous photos lady.

sonrie said...

looks warm and sunny and beautiful. glad you had fun!!

only a movie said...

Oooooooh. Warm.

Oooooooh. Vacation.

You guys look so cute.


Thanks for sharing.

Shona~ LALA dex press said...

It looks so warm.
Sorry you had to return to reality.

Iva said...

looks like an amazing trip!! the pictures are truly gorgeous!! wow!!

Modern Crush said...

Oh man, what a trip!!! Sorry I am so late in responding, you posted this days ago! It all looks amazing, and while I promised myself I would not go to Mexico again (after getting food poisoning in Cancun on our honeymoon) I really would like to visit where you went. What an experience! So how is your tan?? Better than anyone back home I bet!! lol xoxoxoxoxo Amy!