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During the day it will be sunny although not to hot, some chill wind, in the evening cold, be prepared to wear a jacket, I remember one new year's eve on the beach freezing! Water very cold, probably not a good idea to swim. Besides that I think you should be ok.
This gets me a wee bit nervous! We live in Wisconsin and thought leaving in the winter would be a good escape. We would feel awful asking our guests to spend so much to join us for our wedding and not be able to enjoy warm weather. During the day would it be mid 60's or how warm? Would we still be able to snorkel and swim in the pool? How warm is it in October? June? Thank you so much for your help!!

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During the day it will be sunny although not to hot, some chill wind, in the evening cold, be prepared to wear a jacket, I remember one new year's eve on the beach freezing! Water very cold, probably not a good idea to swim. Besides that I think you should be ok.
This gets me a wee bit nervous! We live in Wisconsin and thought leaving in the winter would be a good escape. We would feel awful asking our guests to spend so much to join us for our wedding and not be able to enjoy warm weather. During the day would it be mid 60's or how warm? Would we still be able to snorkel and swim in the pool? How warm is it in October? June? Thank you so much for your help!!

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This gets me a wee bit nervous! We live in Wisconsin and thought leaving in the winter would be a good escape. We would feel awful asking our guests to spend so much to join us for our wedding and not be able to enjoy warm weather. During the day would it be mid 60's or how warm? Would we still be able to snorkel and swim in the pool? How warm is it in October? June? Thank you so much for your help!!
it is cabo's winter so the weather is chillier. if you really want to escape during the winter but go to cabo when it is warm, what about late february?

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I want to ask a question about the reservation procedure for the sit down restaurants at Dreams. How far in advance can we reserve spots? My FI and I are really interested in the Japanese restaurant for our first night there, but we are thinking it's a popular choice so we are not sure if we will be able to get in. Also, are the restaurant menus availble online to look at or do they do different menus daily like the buffets?

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Enjoy your week in Los cabos, the weather is beautiful right now.

For night life fun, i would recommand the famous Squid roe, it is something to see...

You can also go to the "passion"at the Melia hotel, it is a little bit more fancy.

The traditionnal way to spend a night in Cabo is to go down the main strip and go from one bar-club to the other...

Have fun! aaaweddingphotovideo by Jeremy Herman

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I want to ask a question about the reservation procedure for the sit down restaurants at Dreams. How far in advance can we reserve spots? My FI and I are really interested in the Japanese restaurant for our first night there, but we are thinking it's a popular choice so we are not sure if we will be able to get in. Also, are the restaurant menus availble online to look at or do they do different menus daily like the buffets?
you really don't need to make reservations...when i was there we were able to get seated at the japanese restaurant pretty quickly. also, if there is a wait it is like 10 mins while they clear a table and it is so nice out that no one really minds waiting.

the menus change daily at the buffet...they have themes...at the resta. like portofino, oceana they are usually the same.

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you really don't need to make reservations...when i was there we were able to get seated at the japanese restaurant pretty quickly. also, if there is a wait it is like 10 mins while they clear a table and it is so nice out that no one really minds waiting.

the menus change daily at the buffet...they have themes...at the resta. like portofino, oceana they are usually the same.
Thanks Tammy! Since the Japanese restaraunt is new, would you say it was good? My FI is big on sushi and I really enjoy the other things like miso soup, chicken, rice etc...

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it isn't that new...it has been there for years now. its not my fave or very authentic. there were a few things that were good (like the tempura was good and some of the apps) but the pad thai was just noodles and soy sauce.

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