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Tourist maps available at ports of call?

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When we land travel, usually there are maps readily available for tourists that show the downtown area, etc. put out by local businesses. Are these types of maps generally available at the port terminals in Mexico (Cabo San Lucas, Acapulco)?

I've done my research ahead of time but often find these maps handy to have since they are compact. Not having cruised in a long time, I'm not sure if these are generally available at ports of call.

Any input much appreciated!