Margaritas Hotel & Tennis Club
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Room service
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... and devour several chickens with fresh tortillas, beans and spicy salsa. It's still possible to do this, but often it is now a more commercial establishment with upscale plastic chairs, only a few broken tiles on the counter and real styrofoam plates or boxes. We can still get coke in a bottle though.
We arrived at the Pueblo Bonito Resort and checked in. We have a nice studio suite with a partial kitchen that has a beautiful view ...
... washing dishes we used a bucket and you probably guessed it, a trip involving the ladder. So when the bottom job was complete we were very excited to get back in the water. After a few hours of scrubbing and rinsing, Winterhawk was back to her old beautiful self. After another few hours of scrubbing, so were her crew!
The day before we left started ...
... and when we told him we were from Seattle, he said he had been to the Pike Place Market there years ago and remembered it fondly. The highlights of our stay there were the very long white sand beach and finding the main plaza where we encountered many lovely cafes and gorgeous colonial architecture. The low point, and perhaps the lowest of the trip so far, was getting on the wrong bus to the bus station to leave town. We ...
... in a quiet area and the dogs start their routine: Manly runs along the waves trying to catch the whitewater and occasionally ventures in the surf for a swim, Biela runs with him and takes frequent breaks to find things to eat on the beach. A group of kids watches the scene. The bravest comes to me and asks for the dogs' names and breed. After enquiring about potential biting risks he starts ...
... food was in the market. This was not a tourist trap, but a large central market for the local inhabitants so they could carry on the necessary parts of life. To this was added tourist items as the market was a magnet for the many downtown tourists that wanted to see how the city dwellers shopped. The market was large enough for an inside walkup food counter.
Just outside of the market, we were exposed to a modern reality of Mexico. As we walked out to the ...