Gran Hotel Huatulco
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... asked whether we could take a photo of her, to which she agreed,
We met up with the remainder of our tour, boarded the bus, and started toward the archaeological site. On the way to our next stop we made a picture stop at a lookout where the river meets the sea. The beaches are beautiful and white, and the scenery is spectacular.
Our stop at the Copalita Archaeological Site, which was discovered when excavating for water. This is one of 47 sites in the state of ...
... buy some minutes on my travel phone, but it's too hard to find out what the balance is, so will save it for an emergency.
Dan and I went down the street to the Celeste Spa and Beach Club, which is the closest access, arranged by Wayne. There are a couple of other paths to beaches from here, but one may have scorpions and the other is not maintained, due to some owners' dispute. So it was nice to have the beach club close ...
... hotel that is downtown next to the square. Margaret and I both slept pretty much straight through 10 hours. We went to Camino Real resort again today. It was such a beautiful and perfect day yet again. I am not sure we deserve such luxury; especially because it is FREE! Well Margaret certainly does. This is her small reward for enduring 16 years with me. It is our 15 year celebration trip; one year late. We spent some ...
... the sun set remember....)
Zipolite is famous for being a nudest beach and a great surf beach. The hostel I stayed at was right on the beach, Dos Estrellas, it was super cheap, but I know they were putting the prices up the closer it came to Xmas. My room was on the 2nd floor, and was very very basic, a bed and a bathroom (what else do you need at the beach?) with a view of the ocean, cost me about $8 a night. The dining and "social" area was actually ...
... our boader security of today. We learn about their ball games, their mathematical precision, their sense of social order, and their use of sacrifice to the gods for better weather, good harvest etc. Our guide pointed out that this is an active dig and while we were there he pointed out to us the lead Archeaologist & Anthropologist for Mexico who was directing others involved in the dig as they were moving a large rock of historical significance. ...