Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Centro Historico
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The San Andres Festival(Saint Andrew to us) ended it's nine days of celebrating on November 30th. We were there almost every night and I took photos and videos and here are a few not in any order that I thought you might enjoy seeing. It was quite the event. Every day of the festival ...
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... Lunch was actually pretty good - Tortillia Soup (Great and loaded with Avacado for $3.00) and Chicken Fajitias that Deb and I shared. While we were there, we met three ladies from NOB (North of the Border) with one of the ladies who is just going back to Vancouver at the end of the week. She currently lives in a condominium at Lost Lagoon, who would have thought.
The one older lady 74 has lived here for ...
... behind with the *****...or is her presence on the trip the *****? There is a steady rain, making me wonder why I brought my passport along. Have to chuckle at the number of people that use the hotel safes. At the station at 0903, getting the ducats in due course from Carlos: Green, carrriage 3, seat 51. Chatted with Ian a bit about Belize. I really think if he and Denise had their druthers they'd be traveling solo. Chatted with Dave about trains; he showed be a ...
Saturday night was the kick off for the Scotiabank Northern Lights Music Festival. An entire week of music of all types from Jazz to Classical. The opening night included an original composition commemorating the Pan American Games which will be held in Guadalajara this October by Canadian Gary Kulesha. Second on the evening program was ...
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