La Casa Verde
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... or fowl sickness, did a well meaning priest or nun not feel compelled to sneak a few healthy chickens from a nearby farm, in the cloak of night, back into the Cathedral to sustain a dependable source of revenue for the church, on good faith? Is there a way to use DNA testing to assure the lineage of chickens? These were some of the thoughts that occupied Jim's mind as we crossed the bridge over the Rio Oja and out of Santo Domingo toward the village of Granon at ...
... followed the signs and probably added a few kilometers to our day. It was a typical-looking KOA, with trailers packing the place. We were the only tent campers. Since we arrived after 7pm, we quickly set up camp and headed to the restaurant for beer and comida/food. We went to bed with more aches and pains. I'm afraid we may have taken the melatonin a little too late and hiked a little too ...
... presented for Lorenzo's class and showed them pictures of OSU football, my trip to Atlanta (and the World of Coca-Cola), NYC, Cincinnati, etc. Monday is the last day of school, so the children are very wild these days. I feel very comfortable with all of the staff at the school and they thoroughly enjoy having guests visit and help out. I think it is so important that children learn a second language at such a young age. Carolina, the teacher I spent the day with yesterday, also ...
... free from other people's smells, talking, snoring and disturbing bodily noises. We finally got some sunshine (in amongst the clouds) while sitting on the hostel terrace. After a day of rain and wind, even sunshine on a 14 degree day felt really warm and soothing. I just wanted to sit there and soak it up as much as possible. We went into town for dinner and were sitting outside having a drink when one of the creepy Austrians suddenly appeared through the crowd like Dracula ...
We are much better now and getting stronger every day! David had a bad insect bite, right under where his backpack strap is, however, this is a route with a plethora of pharmacies to deal with everything!!
10 days in, hard to believe. We have gone over 200 kms, not much in a car but a wonderful accomplishment by foot!
Love to you all, hope our comments that go with these pictures come through for you, we seem to be having technical difficulties, perhaps too much ...