The Palomar Inn
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in making the salad dressing and we all ended up with the recipe.
Back along the foreshore with it's wide sandy beach lined with palm trees and lots of people playing volley ball - a bit of snoozing in the bus after such a big lunch as we climbed through the mountain pass - olive trees as the ...
... by fire and secondly by an earthquake. The latest rebuild was in 1927. The fountain was built in 1808 and all look to be in excellent condition. While not being to Religious, I am pleased to have visited this Mission and hope its good work continues for the local people.
We then continued our tour to our nights accommodation and once again I fell asleep on the bus trip. I am currently taking medicine for my cough and have been warned it will make me drowsy ...
... had acquired much more knowledge on the topic. The guys both roped well but didn't come out with any winnings. They packed up the gear and we headed down the road to get something to eat. We ate at The Madonna Inn which includes a well-known restaurant and hotel. Robert had worked at the establishment while he was attending college in the area years previous. He told us about the history of the place and how the owner, Alex Madonna, had lions on the property and ...
... for our complimentary cheese and wine party before taking a sun set walk down to the bay to watch the fisherman landing their catch. Since we were in a fishing village I thought it was only right to have lobster for dinner and oh my…….it was delicious. Mark is the only person I know that walks into a seafood restaurant and orders a 22oz steak. We ended the night with a final walk around the ...
... and places we visited, but I am now back on the boat in Rio Dulce and Lee-Anne will follow in Mid December.
Renan and I will get Windwalker back out sailing in the next couple of days and male sure everything works. Our plan now is bus down and the shipyard in La Ceiba Honduras and confirm with them our haul out in December. Here is the web address for those who may like to know about it. http://laceibashipyard.com/