- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Had breakfast at down stairs restaurant again (this is included in our room price). After breakfast we packed our bags and caught a taxi to the airport. We got dropped at Avis and picked up our hire car. From The hire car we drove to a nordstrom rack which was not far away before heading on the San Marcos premium ...
... six weeks in one suitcase. The tip of S. America is pretty close to Anarctica! I didn't rise to the challenge (and neither did Don). We both ended up packing a second small suitcase, all jammed to the brim. Plus Don has his camera case backpack, and I have a small wheeled carry-on with important stuff like meds, reading ...
... I live for.
After the end of their show it is time for the main act. "The Cure". They play 2 full hours and their show is amazing.
For the last 20 minutes the rain starts dripping and I try to protect myself a little bit with my slight rain coat. They are in the middle of their last song "Boys don't cry" - what an awesome song, when the clock says 10 p.m and wummmm, suddenly ...
... the next day to meet Lucie's friend Andrea from home (home, home!) for coffee and brunch. We spent the day walking around the street market, eating alligator, drinking margaritas and listening to all the different live music on 6th street. After a quick nap back at the apartment Andrea and her husband picked us up and we headed back to town for good Mexican dinner ...
... on Friday night (I think the simple recorder & drum duet with Saskia and Peter was our agreed-upon favorite - they are both such fun and phenomenal players), we took part in the Student Recital on Saturday morning. Toni played hand drums for a few different ensembles, including one in which the recorder players got up and busted a few ...