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Downtown Street Map
This is the most commonly published street map of Cozumel today but it is far from completely accurate. Be aware that due to recent growth, the city streets now go all the way back to 150 Avenida.
  • Calles (streets) run east/west or perpendicular to the sea. If you are driving east/west you must stop at every block corner.

  • The Avenidas (Avenues) run north/south beginning at the beachfront and run parallel to the sea. Avenidas are numbered in increments of 5 all the way up to 150 now. If you are driving north/south, in theory, you have the right of way and don't have to stop at each block corner.
Beware . there are exceptions to these guidelines but this gives an overview of the initial city plan.
  • The plaza and Juarez Street are considered the center of town.

  • Avenidas and Calles north of these will be referred to as Norte and have even numbers of 2, 4, 6, etc.

  • Avenidas and Calles south of these will be referred to as Sur and have odd numbers of 1, 3, 5, etc.
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Sherrie is a true star when it comes to being hostess. Always friendly, helpful and there to answers our questions she knows where to enjoy local cuisine, you'll get the best value for money and great food. H. Hawkins ~ Wilmington, DE

It is very cold here, it snowed last night. Welcome home to us right?! Just wanted to send an email thanking you for making our experience the best ever in sunny Cozumel. We wanted to let you know that the day we spent at your PalMar Beach Club we had your homemade tamales, (which are my favorite, by the way!) and they were excellent. Also we think that you have very good employees, Juan (there at the beach club/your house) we especially appreciated him, he treated us very well and we just wanted you to know that. Thanks again for the ride to the ferry, we made the 10:00! Also we were very thankful for your advice to stay there in Playa. We were able to get a room and just enjoy our last day on the beach which is what I really wanted. We were within walking distance from the bus that took us to the airport the next morning so it was all very convenient. You were very helpful and we will definately recommend your villas to anyone going there in the future. K & J Gilbert ~ Unknown

Hello Sherri ~ I met you back in 2001 (12 years ago!) when my husband and I along with another couple were involved in a wreck and you were behind us and helped us out as to our rights in the matter. A motorcycle ran into the side of us pretty bad if you recall. I believe you said you lived in Addison, Texas like us. I have booked a trip and will be in Cozumel next Tuesday. Any recommendation on vehicle rental you can suggest for me? LATER: My date and I had a blast in Cozumel. He loved the island. It was a very short trip. I am including a photo of us on the cruise. He would like to go back and stay for a few days at your place. Hope you are doing good, please keep in touch. C Bronstad ~ San Antonio, TX

Thanks for a great website and facebook page. I can hardly wait to get back to my favorite island! Joey & Amy ~ USA

En mi opinion, Josefina es una asombrosa profesora. Pienso que si necesitas aprender Espanol, ve a ver a Josefina!!
Adios! Jana Helbach ~ Not Given


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