- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a cemetery looking at the stones. This cemetery was interesting because it had many ground crypts. Coming from Canada (or at least where I live), there aren't many ground crypts so I found this cemetery to be especially interesting.
Do you know what I find most interesting about cemeteries? Well, I find it interesting how a cemetery is still used to show the social status of a dead person (who doesn't care anymore because they ...
We only saw 19 people yesterday and today maybe 5 or 6...not a big turn out for our site. The other precario, Dulce Nombre, saw over 60 between the two days. We went to the souvenir shop today and spent too much money, but hey...we're in a foreign place! We learned some "count your blessings" things today while listening to the stories of the patients, explaining how hard their lives are. So many women are being abused by their husbands and significant others, ...
... just pull the trigger and then do whatever has to be done to make it work. Once you’ve booked it, some magical line has been crossed in your mind and you never consider cancelling. This time around we are taking the trip on our own, as in, just us, no kids. It does cause a pang of guilt in the beginning. But the guilt is heavily overridden by the pure excitement of having a whole week together doing god-knows-what, knowing our kids are in good hands at grandma ...
... was about a 8" wingspan.
We had a bite to eat at the hotel’s restaurant. Kim had plantain rings which she loved. Then we walked to a local shopping plaza. On our way saw lots of unique (fuzzy headed, spotted) adult and baby ducks. We went into a pet store after Emma begged. Then we walked back to our hotel, where we watched TV in Spanish for a few minutes before we all called it an early night. I think we were all asleep before ...
... nice places to look at and our hotel is relatively quiet with a lush garden and it full of hummingbirds so the 'twitchers' amongst us are happy (that's not me btw ). We've already been introduced to the national dish of rice and beans - Gallo Pinto for breakfast, Casado for lunch and pretty much the same for dinner (it tastes better than it looks). As its really only day 1 we aren't bored of it yet - that time may come considering ...