Hotel Villa Dolce
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... or stone crosses though. The cemetery was fairly big so I was able to take my time exploring it - taking several pictures. There were the big plots and the small ones as well - some in groups and some alone.. Just like in many other cemeteries that I have visited in my life.
I have come to the conclusion that cemeteries are for the living. After all, the dead don't care where they are. They are dead and that is all! Cemeteries are ...
... tell him the name of our rental company and I reluctantly follow when he says, “this way, senor”. To my surprise, he leads us to a somewhat official-looking gentleman, (well, he had a clipboard) who says that he is with Fox Rental and asks my name. To my even greater surprise, the man has our name on his list and says our shuttle will be by in five minutes. We made our way to the rental office and picked up our Suzuki Grand Vitara. Two words of advice ...
... ship will partly depend on which ports it calls into. It has to all be planned very carefully as one ship may stop at a number of destinations and so the cargo needs to be arranged so that it can be accessed in the correct order whilst also maintaining the balance of weight on board. We looked at some live maps which show exactly where all the ships are now and also at some of the ports they use on google earth. It's amazing the detail you can see, just from looking ...
... back in 1968!.. and that is many many years ago. Naturally I was pretty excited with the whole thing and so arriving to a Latin country for the first time in so many years... with everything Latin, was... very new and intriguing to me.
... and then they would just stand right back up as soon as they were on the sidelines. Whenever it was a Cartago player a small but loud girl in front of us would yell lovely things like "Saquelo este hijo de puta ya!!!" I'm not going to translate that one but let's just say I don't think the families nearby appreciated her commentary very much, but she was totally cray-cray and it was actually pretty funny listening to her.
Cartago ended up ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed