Puerto De Luna All-Suites Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Adjoining Rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... with native Mexicans. We actually love this and find that this is what attracts us the most. Our neighbors are Mexican people who have owned these homes here for generations, and like other areas, for example Florida, the people who have lived here over the generations, could not afford to move back or buy back property that is here, and are forced out into the newer subdivisions.
The home has to be considered to be a 4 level. The ...
... my afternoon swim in the lap pool at the Sanctuary section of the boat and then for a steam and sauna. Unfortunately, I came back to my room a little depressed. I’m probably the first one to admit that at 60 I’m a little (ok, a lot) more than out-of-shape. Yesterday I ran into the Spa Fitness guy by chance in the steam room and of course you start to talk. There I sit, all 235 lbs of me, towel around my mid and my man boobs maybe a little more pronounced ...
... live music in the evenings. they speak english, and spanish and can help you out with tours and directions. heading south in the morning or at lunch cause we will probally miss the first bus because of the 5 hour time change. next post will be from barra de navidad. ...
... diced potato, both of which were very good. The pork was perfectly cooked – still a little pink around the bone and not dried out as it can be if grilled for too long – and the sauce was went exceptionally well with the meat – light, tasty but not overpowering. I had a couple of rum and cokes and they gave me a house-made digestive based on vodka in a shot glass when I’d finished my meal.
Walked back to the hotel and had a few drinks while watching ...
... try our best to see them again!
We also bid a fond farewell to Mario, aka Duende (our landlord) and his 4 chihuahuas (you may recall that one is the love child of the star of Beverley Hills Chihuahua). It was during our goodbyes in our bungalow that we spotted whales in the bay, spurting water. What a send-off!
With our backpacks back on the backs of us backpackers, we were ready to hit the road again. Kindly one of Duende's workers dropped us at the ...