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- Smoking rooms available
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... only 90 cents. A stack of tortillas from here will supply the 4 of us for 2 meals, and they are delicious, cannot compare with the **** you buy in the grocery stores at home. Did I mention they also smell delicious, as does the stand, with them milling down and cooking down the corn to make these delicious morsels. Oh but I digress, and am continuing on to do what I did not want to do and am embroiled in a long dissertation. Oh, WTF.
Anyways on go Ford and I, past the 200 or ...
... t you know it, we had parked right out side the door and didn't know it until we got out of the car. We had a great lunch at this restaurant which is owned by some Canadians from Winnipeg Every Friday they have art classes attended by about 20 women in the back patio. For a small fee they get their art supplies and a light lunch. It's a little better than paint by numbers, but they were all having a fun ...
... airport on a Saturday morning on Aero Mexico. The $2,000 pesos (about $175 U.S.) roundtrip flight, lasted less than one hour. The same trip would have taken me about 6 hours to drive or by bus. Even though a bus ride would have been cheaper,
it would have taken up a good portion of the day. But a comfortable bus ride is
a good option to consider when traveling to PV. I was impressed with the little
jet that was on time on take off and landing. ...
... open allowed the girls to sneak up on us with eye liners drawing cock and balls on his face and my tit! Once laughter began, it did not stop until the wee hours of the night.
Dave not only being our protector in Mexico for the duration of his trip, he was also our lecturer on how to approach, please and use the male anatomy to both our advantage and theirs. He had 6 eyeballs nearly falling out of their sockets, as more laughter and amusement consumed us chicas. If it wasn't ...
... didn’t, but I think I left the hotel around 5pm as it was still a couple of hours away from sunset. Walked along Playa de los Muertos - The Beach of the Dead - so called because the first settlers here in the 1800’s discovered an ancient Indian burial ground when they were digging the foundations for their houses.
I stopped at a place called Anuale which is a block back from the beach as they were having a 2 for 1 happy hour with Margaritas at 25 pesos. ...