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Furthur in Mexico - On Sale Now!

High-tail it down to Mexico with Furthur! Paradise Waits, featuring four nights of Furthur at the all-inclusive Hard Rock Riviera Maya on January 20-24, 2014, is on sale now at http://furthurparadisewaits.com. Paradise Waits is an all-inclusive concert adventure at the newly renovated Hard Rock Riviera Maya.Furthur will perform four shows over four nights overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Don't miss this chance to see Furthur perform in an intimate & tropical setting just steps away from your room with just 2,500 other dedicated fans.

A $250 deposit per person reserves your room with subsequent payments broken out in a payment plan. Click here for more information.

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Pricy, but looks like a good time!

For $1684 you'll get a "garden view" room (not facing the ocean), double occupancy -- or $3368 total, airfare not included. Whew! This is an expensive vacation. That is the cheapest option. And all-inclusive, of course. 7 restaurants, eight bars, newly renovated. It does sound like a great time, intimate too!

Some times I wonder about the ethics of going to a country like Mexico, in the state it is in, and going totally hedonistic. Oh, I'm sure the Playa Del Carmen, about an hour South of Cancun, will be safe enough for the touristas. And there is a blurb in the article about how the concert-goers impact the environment and interact with the natives. Don't worry, you won't be walking through the barrio in Cancun.

Hey, have a great time!

~ Senor, senor, let's overturn these tables Disconnect these cables This place don't make sense to me no more Can you tell me what we're waiting for, senor? ~

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Wow I better practice my Spanish.

That and the World Cup in the same year. It's almost too good to be true. Viva Mexico. I can already imagine an amazing standing on the moon and Mexicali blues as the encore. Could be a first in further history

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