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Synonyms for Acapulco

a port and fashionable resort city on the Pacific coast of southern Mexico

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A certified diving instructor, Gomez became active in efforts to clean Acapulco Bay about 10 years ago, after guiding a dive with German tourists who were repulsed by garbage on the bay's floor.
Down the road at the exclusive CasaNova restaurant, the elite wine and dine overlooking Acapulco Bay from an all-glass frontage.
Our hotel, the Continental Plaza, was on Acapulco Bay looking out on to the Pacific Ocean.
Luckily, the seductiveness still remains--sunsets to write home about, cliff divers falling 130 feet to a narrow ocean cove below, over 20 beaches on and around Acapulco Bay, an internationally renowned nightlife, an average annual temperature of 80 degrees F and "experience expenditures" are still relatively reasonable (dinner for two with domestic wine averages $ 25 to $ 35 in U.
Our excursion yacht was plying the placid waters of Acapulco Bay, Mexico.
To mark the trial, Jose Ignacio Peralta, Mexico s Deputy Communications Minister, took part in an event at La Mira , a trial site in the Acapulco Bay, where he used a mobile device to establish a data session and download videos, at super fast speeds of over 120 Mbps.
40 1 ACAPULCO BAY Amy Scott (20-1) 2 On Stage (11-4 Fav) 3 Tijori (3-1) 7 ran nk, 1, 11, 7, 10 D Burchell, Ebbw Vale.
AMATEUR rider Robert Williams is gradually making a name for himself and he was in trainer Dai Burchell's good books after conjuring an overdue win from Acapulco Bay in the 2m1f handicap hurdle.
It didn't conjure up the kind of fond images that come to mind when you hear place names like the Bay of Naples or Acapulco Bay.
They're also known for their fresh seafood, and Mi Amigo Miguel has a second floor balcony with a view of Acapulco Bay.
Bargoed amateur rider Robbie Williams, who won on Dai Burchell's Acapulco Bay at Hereford last week, is to turn conditional jockey at the end of the season.
Now fully 23lb lower, Acapulco Bay confirmed he retains ability with a creditable fourth over today's course in January.
There was a Welsh one-two in the 2m handicap hurdle but it wasn't as the market suggested, with 8-11 chance No Supper, trained by Tim Vaughan, coming unstuck against 33-1 shot Acapulco Bay.