Marisol Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... play on words, as she wasn't angry at all, but did have a tick or two on her person! Found them in the a.m. The day before And once removed, we went down to the Dr. Office, where we encountered a very unfriendly gruff nurse, and a Dr who was very nice. Pat is now on antibiotics as a precaution, and is feeling fine.
... a restaurant called, Hacienda Cocina y Cantinia, great place, very romantic. My parents watched the girls, so it was just Chad, my sister, and her husband. The resort that this restaurant is located in, is beautiful. You are right on the beach, and have comfortable seating to enjoy your meal, overlooking the sea of Cortez. Our food was fantastic, and not to overly price for the quantity and quality of the entree's. ...
... discover my favourite part of the ship until a couple days in – the “Crows Nest” is the very top of the ship, an indoor lounging area with computers (only $5 a minute for internet!) with a library, comfy seats and a bar. We made friends with the guitar player Chris who found out one of our wedding songs was “Better Together” by Jack Johnson and would play it whenever he saw us. I believe this young man will be famous one ...
... to the tender. I have never seen so many steps just to get on a tender-that was only a hint of what was to come.
As we left the city, the landscape became dessert-dry chaparel and tall cactus that looked like thick fingers. The road changed from freshly paved to a detour of dirt or dirt and rock. We went from one side of the road to the other. Our bus driver was very good, thus the ride was pretty smooth, and our ...
... the Cathedral in PV because it is really representative of the the poor and working class of the city. It is staffed by an Order of Nuns dedicated to serving the poor, and it is, in my mind at least, what a church should represent ....nothing fancy...just a quiet old place for the (working) poor to meditate and pray and find some comfort in their very tough lives!
What we really needed was a trip to Rancho Veranos to stock up on the finest tequila on the planet....because ...