Hotel Aranzazu ECO
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... to download pictures and post when the hotel desk clerk tells me Cindy called and the bus for the fiesta leaves at noon. What bus? Nobody said anything about a bus. What time is it? 11:30? Go, go, go. I change my clothes, gather my stuff and out the door in 15 minutes. The taxi gets me there easily by noon for the usual, 70 pesos. I always carry my map of the house location and they always use it.
Well, the ...
... a play, enjoy another mariachi concert (just can’t get enough of them) and watch a parade of elegant spooks and ghouls.
But before we get there the lowering clouds burst and we have to rush for the nearest shelter. It’s none other than the Magno Centro Joyero, rated as the No. 1 jewellery centre of Latin America. It’s a huge jewellery warehouse with well over five hundred jewellery counters on three floors. ...
... should have taken a pic. What I zoned into as I was walking down the ramp were these wonderful massaging lounge chairs! You know what I mean. My neck and back were killing me, because all that waiting had been with all my luggage. I walked over and collapsed in on and then I was like putty to the girl that came over. She said I could sit in the massage chair for free while I got my nails done...how could I argue with that?? ...
It is hard to believe that a year has passed and it was time once again for the annual Globos Festival. The Globos are tissue paper balloon filled with hot air then a fuel source to keep the air hot. Weeks and weeks of planning, designing, cutting and gluing go into these enormous works of art. Sponsors are sought to defray material ...
... on a budget. Carlos related a federal program 'Drugs kill you slowly', somebody having written on such a poster 'We are not in a hurry'. David was telling Carlos England had no benefit of the EU, Ian muttering behind me 'It's called a free market', evidently of a different political bent.
At the hotel at 1417. The Hotel Morales is posh, a 5* property. Glad to hear Peter scoff at the idea of political correctness. Some time until 1500 departure for city ...