Marina Sol Resort
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... something. The port itself was a beautiful harbor, scattered with Pelicans and Seals (yes, SEALS!), not to mention the fact that just outside the harbor were hundreds of dolphins and whales (yes, WHALES!) – never have I been more pleased in my life when I spotted a whales tail fly out of the water and splash down. Unfortunately it was a bit too far away so the pictures I have are all rubbish, I’ll spare sharing anything until ...
... of this'grand old lady'. What a beauty in Lawrenceburg KY. Driving in through a canopy of very old trees, we could see she was in need of some TLC . The original owner was T.B.Ripy, who made all his money from Bourbon. After his death it fell into disrepair, and was abandoned , but was rescued back through Auction by family members, before it was destined to be torn down. We paid to do the house tour (on our own), with a multi ...
... 8211; I was very glad I chose what I did.
Desserts - the menu has changed since we last ate at Sabatinis - as it does on a regular basis. I chose white chocolate mousse with lemoncello and Doug had an almond praline stack with a vanilla mousse between the four circles of praline - at least that’s what I think it was. In any case my dessert was nice and light and not too big and not overpowering with chocolate.
... br> The “restaurant” had its charm with its colorful chairs and décor as well as many skeleton dolls. Across the street from it, our tour guide pointed out many indigenous flora of the region while talking about the original settlement of Cabo!
To be continued…..
... local called Fugon. A major hole in the wall with half liters of Mexican coke in the bottle, and some great tacos pastors. We walked into the town square near a beautiful, classic church and then hit a tamale truck where Mando got to have one of his most favorite drinks as a child (born in Mexico, we've seen him reminisce over the sweetest things!).