- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the touch. We have found some neat little restaurants, extremely clean, that serve, soup, meal, tortillas and fresh drink for 50 pesos. If I need anything else there is Walmart, Soriana, and of course Costco. We go every Monday with a friend that Gerry knew from Spanish Class who lives quite close by with her Mother. We have a picture of how the decided to divide the street with palm trees..better not be any drunk drivers! This morning we went ...
... distance that we are going to check out, and a local bakery..I made sure I looked for that. We haven't hit the beach or the local bus yet. It's only .65 for the bus. The townhouse is nice and clean, (2 years old) and it is extremely quiet..except for the loud gecko in our back patio area..Gerry told me he needs his pellet gun.. That is it for now. I miss Blossom and Jim, as Mexico is their playground. The weather forecast for Edmonton is the same except for changing the minus to a ...
... chairs! Went to the pool for a quick dip and basking in the sun. After another short nap, went to Daiquiri ***** for an awesome dinner! Made it back to the balcony before the rain showers hit. Was awesome watching the rain with the thunder and lightening ...
... After lunch we took a drive into the hills above San Sebastian and on the way spotted a margay. Margays are like a small ocelot. He was a bit bigger than a large house cat. This one was too fast for us to get a picture so the picture here was downloaded from the internet. We got back into town before dark and enjoyed a delicious meal at one of the restaurants. As we were eating, sounds of live Mexican music from somewhere in ...
... side of the line. Sh!t I hope this was right...
:) I turned one last time towards the entrance I once entered hoping to see some sign of relief. And boy, were my prayers answered. I saw a familiar face in a place of complete strangers. Coopers grandpa, stuck out like soar thumb, tall old white grandpa with the shortest shorts of your life, along with a sailers polo. What followed was the rest of the crew and Coop himself.