The port was very beautiful. It was immaculately kept. There were lush tropical gardens and many beautiful cultural statues and fountains that made for great photo opportunities. The stone streets and walkways were quaint and beautiful, but we saw two people have serious falls because of the uneven pavement. There were a variety of interesting shops and we felt that the shopkeepers were assertive but not overly aggressive. We enjoyed watching the Mariachis but didn't particularly enjoy the club music blaring from "Fat Tuesdays" I can get that in the states. We were hoping for something that felt more authentic, and less like a chain. The excursions were very well-organized. We went to Swim with the Dolphins at Dolphinaris, which was an incredible experience and very much worth the $125 per person. However, the prices for the photos and DVD were completely out of line, and what we ended up paying for them was our biggest disappointment of the entire trip. The kid gave us a deal that was $150 under the listed price, and it was still about 4 times what would have been reasonable. The van ride to the Excursion was a bit scary. Is it legal in Mexico to actually be watching TV as you drive?