Parador Palmas De Lucia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Amber's two beers and told us to have a great journey!! The day was looking up! Tracey Lynne said that we shouldn't be calling it our bucket list but instead should be calling it our "f__k it" list!! We had a good laugh over that!The flight down wasn't eventful, but we were a little concerned sitting on the runway in Toronto (as a mini blizzard passes through) that we would be delayed. It did delay us about an hour as we had to go through ...
... were not certain of the directions to the Lighthouse. There was no signs leading to the site and it was only after Ronnie tried multiple searches on iPad and GPS that coordinates for Punta Tuna be found. Still, a very narrow access road awaited us and when we finally could declare victory in locating the edifice, we were disappointed to learn that the Lighthouse is only open from Wednesday to Sunday of each week. ...
... town for some supplies. Eventually made it, found a store and bought supplies. In town we ran into our tour guide friend Jonathan who said he would take us back to the hotel, via dingy of course. We pilled into the small dingy with all our groceries and we were off. Well not at first that is. Jonathan had to tinker with the engine for awhile before persuading the engine to start up. Eventually we were on our way across the bay, just as we had done the ...
... for some name suggestions ... I loved all of the suggestions but Kimberly preferred Mary's initial proposal so that has stuck. Our newly adopted puppy's name is Luna, which is appropriate because a waxing moon watched over us during our vacation, culminating in a full moon on the day we returned home. Other favorite name suggestions: Suerte (luck), Esperanza (hope), Milagro (miracle). The other five members of our ...
... now Vieques. He gave us more information than the fellow that drove us to Sun Bay this morning - and a much smoother ride. It’s a little tense when 2 cars going in opposite directions are both vying for the same space on the road. Roads that would be one-way streets back home are two-lane thoroughfares here. We saw lots of wild horses grazing along the roads. Jug said there are thousands of them on the ...