Hotel Capilla del Mar
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... and got the last 3 seats up front. The bus took off but Jose said …”hey our change for the beers” so he jumped
out to chase the vendor. Dylan and I stayed on the bus not knowing where Jose was going. The driver took off and circled Boca Grande for 40 minutes…we then hit a road where a city bus was parked
diagonally across the road blocking us with his flashers on. Our driver nudged up close honking for him to ...
... won't find T-shirts, and we're all getting a little tired. Tony decides to get a nice seat in the front row with plenty of shade...all this for the amazing price of bête mil pesos (about ten bucks). We decide, or more accurately, Erin decides we're are finding T-shirts or die trying. After another half mile even Erin has concluded there are no T-shirts at Carnivale. We trek back to where we left Tony and purchase our front row seats as well. Sitting there reminds ...
... to join in was that everytime they removed a chair, those that were left in had to take drink from a bigger gun and hold arms up when had enough. I was dancing away around the chairs with my Christmas hat on and as the game went on I got the feeling the DJ wanted me to win! Not good news for the drinking front! Think the last gun squirt I actually heaved in my mouth as so much. Was this local stuff that tasted like sambuca - definitely not my drink if ...
... I have just booked tickets to Cali to see Ivan and to attend La Feria de Salsa and see a 1km salsa train of the best schools in South Amercia so I seriously need to get my skills up to scratch eeek!
Hopefully I won´t tread on too many Latino toes ...
... beautiful, stunning, wow! The city's main draw card is the historic old town, encased by a wall, still intact and a further inner wall. Anything within the inner wall eg: restaurants, shops, hotels, come at a price and usually entail a further 16% tax and then a service charge on top of that! So we avoided those places like the plague, but enjoyed cruising around the old town. The Lonely Planet gives a good description of the old town saying 'every street is ...