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Honeymoon in the Riviera Maya in June!

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Hello Ladies! (And Gents... ;D)


I am a FORMER DW bride who had planned her wedding for June 25 2011 this year at the RIU Palace Riviera Maya in beautiful Playa del Carmen, Mexico.

Well, things didn't go as planned, so FI and I decided to postpone our wedding.

BUT, we're still being obligated to keep our group agreement, and need to book a minimum of 10 rooms. (We are still going on vacation, yay!)

Here's a link to the BEAUTIFUL all-inclusive resort with a SPA!



If you're interested in honeymooning at the RIU Palace Riviera Maya the week of June 20-June 30, come join our special room rate on destinationweddings.com!


Just go to the website, www.destinationweddings.com

Click on the pink box that says "Attending a Destination Wedding?"

Put in your e-mail address, then my last name, Alvarez, and our Wedding Passcode (which is ELPASO) No space in between El and Paso!


Then it will ask you to create a password, and give your full name to add yourself to our Wedding Guest list.


FROM THERE: It will take you to the Travel Details page. Select your number of nights and click the circle for 2 people (unless there are more people traveling on your honeymoon... ;)} Fill out the form, and that's it! Our destination wedding specialist Camille will take care of the rest.


So you know, the room must be paid by Apr. 1, and it's only $100 to book the room, and she can split your payments up until Apr. 1. So get started on your tax refunds! :)


Also, our DW agreement has price matching; so if you find a better price for the RIU Palace Riviera Maya somewhere else, just let Camille know and she'll drop ALL of our prices down too!


Hope you'll join us! Maybe we can all be life-time friends after vacationing down there!


If you have any other questions, PLEASE feel free to e-mail me at aalva416@aol.com, or call me at +1-915-412-7396.


God bless you all!


Adrienne Alvarez

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Just to let those of you interested know, prices have dropped! Our destinationweddings.com website will be updated soon. For 7 nights, two people, it looks like just about $1,000! (Or about $146 pp/night)

Great deal for an all-inclusive!


Hope you all will join us!



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Sorry everyone: Due to a lack of interest, my fiance and I have just decided to cancel our group agreement. Sorry to those who were interested.




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