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I still go to Acapulco , but miss the glory days and by glory, I mean not too far back, say even from to , when the strip by Baby Lobster and Mangos was packed almost every night in January and not just Christmas and New Years.
Prices seem to be dropping for Mexican vacations all over, but Acapulco prices are hitting Rock Bottom. Is that Priate Place on Le Condesa still around and is it happening?. What about the old Disco Beach, that place use to be a great place to go for a dollar drink, before going out on the town and does anybody remember the News club?
Alos how is the Copacabana holding up these days. Heatison,The strip is still packed, not like the old glory days but there are a lot of people in town, both foreign and national tourists. The Copacabana is doing well and is a big draw for springbreakers. When are you coming back to Aca? Well, I also have been going to Acapulco for many years and feel the crowds aee a litte smaller than years ago, although just when I'm feeling that, there'll be huge crowds celebrating something.
Many new peoperty owners have jumpd on the Acapulco bus. The names usually involve Mexican people. But who really knows whats behind them.
As far as prices go, Acapulco stays right up there with the rest of them. Although you can sure find a deal if you look hard enough. Barbarroja , is still there, and it's still a hot spot. Disco Beach is never going to be the same as it was years ago. But I still see lots of spring breakers go there. The Dollar Bar is now an airy restaurant called Tacos and Beer. I like it but it's mostly for eating, not the good 'ol dollar bar scene. The News was fun, like many other discos that closed.