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  • It is cheaper to take the bus, and the first class and premier buses are very comfortable. You sit in a comfy recliner type seat and get to watch cheesy movies. Felicity-
  • It's difficult to work in Mexico - you can't take a job that a Mexican could do (you'd be taking a job from a local national). If there was a job that you were uniquely qualified for, you still have to apply and be approved for a work visa. Felicity-
  • The UNAM is the cheapest and best in general to give out courses of many specialties. Felicity- Mexico Hotels
  • Playa del Carmen is a great option for families. There are a million things to do and people are very organized. I'm sure you can have a great time there with your family. Felicity- Mexico Hotels
  • Wwell, it wont be hotlike as if were summer, but it will be great weather. We have the same weather as los angeles and this part of the world has the greatest weather. Felicity
  • The Royal in Cancun is one of the newer hotels in Cancun. It opened about 2 years ago. We were there to visit family and all though I never went pass the lobby area it was beautiful. My sister and her family stayed in ocean view room and have plans …
  • First of all plan your trip carefully and according to what you can afford. If you decide on taking your car keep in mind that if you are still making payments on it you will need to have written permission from the lender to take it to Mexico and y…
  • Ordinary tourists are almost never the victims of kidnapping, because you can't be ransomed. Leave the resort at least once?? Why bother to go, then? You should thoroughly explore the "town." If you stay away from the locals, you will miss all the b…
  • I consider it safe. I have driven my truck all the way to Guanajuato and Vallarta by myself and I have been fine. You just have to use common sense when stopping at a gas station, eat or staying in a Hotel. When you stop make sure to stay together a…
  • Our son got married in Cancun at the Palace Resort last year and it was great.In Mexico you can't get married on the beach but they have 2 gazebos on the beach and it was so pretty. Start early working with their staff no matter where you go because…
  • Cancun is Mexico's top tourist destination. Very popular with Easterners and Europeans. Made for tourists, heavily saturated. Mexico is the number one destination for US travelers simply because its close and the weather is excellent nearly year rou…
  • If going to Tenacatita cheaper to fly into Vallarta and bus down. Very little in Tenacatita except the beach. Felicity- Mexico Hotels
  • Dream Resorts and Spa, in Tulum, it's all-inclusive, it's great, we're going there in about 6 weeks, and i'm so excited, and I know they have reliable child care too. Felicity-
  • Hi , we just got back from Mexico, all inclusive and we had a greattime. Around the Maya Riviara. I went with my daughter and 2 friends. Too boot it was a clothing optional ... so let's just say all our parts got tanned. We felt very safe, well staf…
  • Well it's pretty expensive to fly to Argentina these days and it's not as easy as it once was to get cheap tickets. I would say you are looking at $1,000 unless you really do your homework. Remember it is usually cheaper to fly from Houston than Da…
  • Ok, well first of all there are no hotels in Antarctica!! There is no tourist infrastructure there whatsoever, no restaurants, souvenir shops, etc. The only people who ever "stay" there are people who are there for research purposes and so they stay…
  • As far as I know all you can do is take a cruise, perhaps take a zodiac out to an ice shelf and wander around for an hour or two then head back to the ship. Have you checked out the peregrine adventures website? A pretty great experience. Felicity- …
  • Nationals of countries not appearing above may require a visa to enter Argentina for any length of time. Transit passengers holding confirmed onward or return tickets for travel provided continuing their journey within 6 hours and not leaving the ai…
  • I have been here for over a month. In comparison to the U.S. eating out here is much cheaper. Yesterday I went to one of the nicest and most expensive steak restaurants in the city and spent less than $20, on average though I spend around $8-15. Tra…
  • Most of the Banks down here do change a comission, specially in the airport. I suggest you to go downtown and exchange big sums there because banks in airports usually charge a lot of money out. Felicity-
  • Argentina is a great option! Buenos Aires is a great city for learning Spanish. Also, Rosario is a beautiful (and so much cheaper than Buenos Aires) city where you can find great options for learning Spanish. Felicity
  • There is a range of options for cost. I would recommend looking into hostels if you want to go more cheaply. Things are fairly inexpensive (to me, anyways, from the US) Most things we pay for here are much cheaper in BA. Felicity-
  • Here in Uruguay is safe but i wouldn't recommend you to drive at night in Argentina and Brasil. I don't know anything about Peru and Venezuela. Felicity- Hotel booking in Buenos Aires Mexico Hotels
  • Well, Argentina is A huge country and has about every different climate you can imagine. I generally use the BS Stay site when looking for random info about Argentina. From my experience the southern half of AR (patagonia) is windyand Tierra del Fue…
  • Depends where , at north you will find tropical weather, and in the south is very cold . In August you can still get some cold days but spring start in September 21 down there and from there will be warm and hot in December (december 21, summer star…
  • If you treat BsAs as you would any large city, ie keep out of the poor areas at night and don't flash the cash, then you will be ok. BsAs has a functional underground (Subte) which costs about 20p (30c) a ride. A consultation at the German Hospital …
  • No school has a one week course, however if you go to Recoleta and go to the visitor's center (tourist information booth in recoleta park) they can tell you places where you can practice your spanish, some youth centers, some pubs or some libraries …
  • You can come in and then stay for 90 days, after that then you will have to pay. But if they ask for money in your arrival they are trying to get some money from you. The USA consulate is only in Buenos Aires, I work at a tourist stop and met lots o…
  • Most people will tell you La Boca or Retiro or Once are the most dangeours neighbourhoods in Argentina, but it really matters more as to how you hold yourself. If you are smart, watch your back and be careful (but not overtly worried or jumpy) you s…