Hotel Gran Jimenoa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... receive from the Lord. It was easy to see that the Spirit was moving, and people were being radically transformed. I know that the church is going to exponentially grow, and be a catalyst in the transformation of the community.
Our afternoon was spent at the "Salto de Jimenoa" falls. It was beautiful AND we got to play in the water!! A few of us went up stream and explored--finding caves and locals who decided Kyle was Tarzan. The locals got a ...