Olas Altas Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... gentlemen people watching and shooting the breeze. Around the edges are shoe polishers and repairmen all busy with patrons getting shoes made new again. We even saw a guy painting tennis shoes white again. The noisy buses rumble by filled with shoppers coming and going with fresh produce, fish, meat, eggs, fresh cheeses and any number of needed items. The market itself was built around 1900 in the style of many of the markets of its time. This particular market ...
... for this party. It was great fun!
We were up early to head inland up the new Durango highway. Within ½ hour on the road, the green angels contacted us to say that there was 2 feet of snow on the highway. Mudslides and snow avalanches will make it impossible to make the trip that day. We returned to our RV park and stayed 2 more days until the highway was cleared. Now we are on our way again.
... group they can recommend all kinds of services that are tried and true. Anyway, four of us went to the dentist and the first thing each of us were told is that we had between 4 and 6 cavities. This diagnosis was made within seconds of looking in our mouths and without the benefit of xrays. This of course was not true, but the funny thing after being told we had these cavities there was never a mention of needing them fixed. We expected a ...
July 14th, Bastille Day. Coincidentally there is a party tonight, organized by our B&B hosts Sharon and Glenn. As I head to the breakfast area, a deliveryman intercepts me with a begging look: 'Habla Espanol?' and I become the interpreter between him and Sharon, who don't understand that they’re in complete agreement about where to put the tables and chairs for tonight’s party. Eating my fresh papaya and oatmeal breakfast, I ponder ...
... were by far the best tacos and vampiros, Vampiros are hard shelled tortillas with meat and beans and melted cheese kind of like a tostada. We ended up on a beach all to ourselves, palm trees with huge coconuts on them all over the dirt just beyond the sandy beach. A few restaurants and bars lined up along the roadside as well with lots of beer signs. We found an isolated out of the way cove were we were seemingly away from the main road, and set up to camp there ...