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MEXICAN RIVIERA CRUISE PICTURES
        Pictures of Mexico's Pacific Port Cities - Aboard the Holland America, Ryndam

ACAPULCO
MANZANILLO
ZIHUATANEJO
IXTAPA
PUERTO VALLARTA
MAZITLAN
CABO SAN LUCAS






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The Cruise Ship Dock is only a few blocks
from San Diego's downtown center.



And the San Diego Airport is right
next to the Cruise terminal.


Next to the Cruise Ship Pier is the HMS Surprise which was used in the Russell Crowe movie, Master and Commander.




The San Diego Skyline in mid-
November as seen from the deck of
the Ryndam.



The Ryndam still retains the traditional full 360 degree walk-around promenade deck unlike many other new cruise ships.






A partial view of Ryndam's casino
which is closed while in port.



A 'C' class cabin on Ryndam's
Lower Promenade Deck




Ryndam's New Coffee Bar which is
integrated with the Library
and Internet Cafe.



Entering the harbor at Manzanillo




Las Hadas the resort near
Manzanillo made famous by the
movie "10".



A view of the Ryndam at the dock in
Acapulco taken from the balcony patio
of the Old Casablanca Hotel.




The Acapulco cliff divers as seen
from a vantage point at the El
Mirador Hotel.



Some of Acapulco's high rise resort
hotels located on the beach.




Before departing Acapulco, a
Folkloric dance company
performed on board the Ryndam.



A street in the one-time fishing
village of Zihuanatanejo



The carpet insert in one of the
Ryndam's eight elevators is
changed each day to the current
day of the week.



A view of part of Ryndam's upscale
Pinnacle Restaurant.




A Moorish-like disco located in
Mazitlan's Zona Dorado.





One of the Papantla Fliers performing
an ancient ritual in Mazitlan.




The new Internet Cafe on Ryndam



The Piano Bar on Ryndam's
Upper Promenade Deck.




The Marina Village is adjacent to
Puerto Vallarta's Cruise Dock.




The Pirate Party Boat leaves Puerto Vallarta
with a load of fun seekers.




The "Arches by the Sea" on
Puerto Vallarta's Malecón.



One of the many statuary figures
along Puerto Vallarta's Malecón.





Sand castle art on the beach
At Puerto Vallarta.
 







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The NOORDAM
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The M/V NOORDAM
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The
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M/V AMAZING GRACE
Sailing From
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The
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The
HMS SURPRISE
The Maritime Museum
of San Diego


The
SICILY Pictures


The
MALTA Pictures


The
TUNISA Pictures


The
ROME Pictures


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The
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The Pictures from
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A REAL Mexican Margarita at
Chico's near Puerto Vallarta.





Some exotic tropical flowers
at Puerto Vallarta.




A few miles south of Puerto Vallarta is
Mismaloya Beach, the shooting site of
The Night of the Iguana..





The Finisterra Hotel on Cabo
San Lucas' Pacific-facing side.



The tall ship, Sunderland, built of English oak
in 1885 is now available for charter day trips
out of Cabo San Lucas.




One of many sports fishing boats returning to Cabo San Lucas after a successful charter. The frigate birds and pelicans are hoping for leftovers.




Land's End is at the very tip of
Baja California at Cabo San Lucas.




When we returned to San Diego, we docked close to the retired carrier, Midway, now a naval museum.






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