Hotel Boutique San Felipe El Real
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... exploration, I had to wear a suit filled with cooling packs so we could last longer in the 105oC cave. the sound of the echoes as we descended just reminded me of how isolated this place is. the tasted of cooled air filled my mouth until we finally had to leave due to the heat. it was an amazing experience and i enjoyed it to the ...
Our days in Mexico are numbered. We checked out of the country on Monday and are now waiting for a high pressure cell to work it's way a bit south in order to give us a good push out the door as we head southwest to Hiva Oa in the Marquesas Island group. You might recall some problems that we encountered last year with our buddy, Jaws, ...
... in. He gave El Bombero his tip as we were driving to the airport. Peter had never heard of Whitney Houston but had seen Dolly Parton in concert. David did not like the extent of the coverage of the death of Michael Jackson. 1144 Dizzy was playing, followed by Sealed With A Kiss. Alan is still so so. This city--and Mexico generally--has more than its fair share of churches. En route, sellers of gum and candy apples seen, even a fire juggler at a red light. ...
... highway we passed through Chihuahua, a city chock full of prostitutes. Being somewhat hungry because we had eaten nothing that entire day we decided to chance a little food stand located near a Pemex. Oooh what a mistake that was. An hour later after checking into a small but well maintained hotel in Meoqui I felt the mistake....all night long. As I was being ill I started wondering, way too late, if what I had really ...
... lunch. Yes, we ate again. There we ran into Sunny and George with a bunch of their friends and shared a pina colada and coconut shrimp. And I purchased a silver bracelet from one of the many beach vendors that visited our table.
We then went home for a nap, followed by dinner at the Black Forest where we enjoyed gypsy flamenco music played by Latcho and Andrea while eating traditional German food.
The only downside of the day is that I am suffering from terrible ...