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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... groceries, dropped them off in the room, and then went for a drive to see the stars. Once we got away from the city lights there was a breathtaking view of the stars. So beautiful.
We finished our night by going to Senor Frogs again, and for some reason it was ladies night again with free drinks even though it was Tuesday. It got really busy and Gwagwa found some hot silver foxes to talk to. They ...
... bar girl was Swedish. All of them made us feel at home and Daniel, getting into the swing of things, kept giving everyone free tequila shots. Proudly Cathy had her fist tequila shot in 30 years! After the second shot the bar girl very kindly snuck apple juice into our glasses, the 4th had us trying to distribute what we could into other peoples glasses! Too many beers later had us head home for what was going to be a seedier than normal start to a ...
... lined with tshirt shops and souvenir. Funny how in the midst of this Mexican streets, theres a tiny Macdonalds . Obviously it only sells ice cream and food to go. I didn't see anyone queuing .. Perhaps everyone were out sipping margaritas and eating tacos.. We did our fair share at a local seafood restaurant . My aunt picked a fresh fish which was cooked in the kitchen for our lunch. Our time were short , since my aunt is working, we headed ...
... months before we arrived. Today it is a hulk. There appears to be some squatters in residence but the building is without power and has as many openings without glass as with. You can still see the curved arches that divide each bedroom from its sitting area but there is nothing about this place that is inviting. It should have lasted longer than it did. A security guard stopped me from entering. Luckily, he spoke English quite well and was ...
... are, at least, wearing collared shirts. Some even have ties. There are perhaps a dozen or more men (out of almost 1,500 couples) in tuxedos. One man is even wearing his kilt. I tried to make conversation with him and his wife but they, surprisingly, didn’t have much interest in speaking with anyone besides themselves.
Having only seconds to decide what to do—there were others in line behind me as I spoke to the maitre’d—I was ...