La Villa Bonita Culinary Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... There are dogs everywhere roaming the streets and sleeping on the sidewalks. It makes me sad to see some that are hurt, dirty, or have burns. But they are so smart that they seem to know when it is safe to cross the roads in this crazy driving system! -The trees in boulevards are trimmed so nicely in either squares or circles and the trunks of them are painted white to keep ants away. -Houses are behind locked gates, so there are never ...
... that much more easy compared to accommodating a group. Along the same lines, I've seen how families readily accept that motorcycle safety is of paramount importance and almost always find some safe place for my bike. While staying in Guasave, Mexico, my back tire was jammed against the front door with my front tire snug against the opposite wall. Part of traveling alone is that others view you as being vulnerable; not having any immediate support. I've seen that ...
We are almost home! We have moved into our hotel "home" and glad to be in Mexico.
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The flight was short and Dixie did a great job. We didn't even try to keep her in the travel bag for the ...
... half hour, then once we found it went and had subway for lunch. The next few hours we spent walking around looking at shops and doing our best to kill time. At one point Bobbie went to buy something from the convenience store and like us with our Spanish a young guy struggled with his English when saying goodbye to Bobbie the young man nervously game out with "hello", it made us laugh, we are not the only ones stumbling over a different language. Once it ...
... the sound of the many pedestrians walking along chatting to their companions…..whatever, it is relentless. Add to that the smells of a city. It goes without saying that there is the smell of traffic, but also there the varying smells of the street vendors. There is one stall that I just hate having to walk past, especially first thing in the morning. He is selling tacos, but they are filled with offal….of the kind I just cannot ...