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Help a Prego Woman with Tulum/Akumal/PDC Decision

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Hi Fodorites. My husand and I are heading to Mexico for three nights in early June. This will be a brief getaway (child-free) to celebrate our 9th anniversary. Oh yes, and I'm will be around 22 week prego at the time.

We DO NOT want a large resort, so AI is pretty much out. I am trying to decide between La Reve in PDC, The Tides, or someplace in Tulum or Akumal. We love to snorkel, and want a place that is quiet, has good beds and has a moderate amount of luxury. We don't need crazy-fawn-all-over-you service, just friendly and clean. Oh, and access to some decent restaurants. So far, I'm leaning towards La Reve and a half-day trip to Tulum. Thoughts?

Any other recommendations? How does one get to Tulum - is a car rental the quickest and most cost-effective way for a prego woman? I've seen bus service, but since I"m pregnant, I prefer to spend a bit more to be comfortable and not have hassles.

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