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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Amazing. No... we will figure out amounts before hand from now on. We were not being our usual bright selves. After an adventuresome day, we were ready to park ourselves on our balcony...relax and enjoy the view and the music from two diff hotels...at the same time. During the evening several boats of a variety of sizes came into the Bay. At midnight there was a huge international display of different tpyes of firewors. Enjoy the pics.....it was ...
... schedule, still most trees are pretty naked and the ones that still have foliage are brilliant gold and red. That’s about as Wintery as we get around here.
In just over three weeks, Alan and I will hit the road again. We’ve been traveling a lot since he retired, but this time it feels a little more "serious". I mean, we are only buying one-way tickets. The first one-way is to Puerto Vallarta where we will spend a month in our ...
... anticipar nada más. Los adultos llevaron la estufa a través de muchas rocas grandes. La levantaron y agarraron y fue muy impresionante. Gracias a Dios que nadie cayó o se hizo daño. Trabajamos hasta las dos y seguimos después de comer un almuerzo muy delicioso. No sé todavía si fue el pollo o el pavo pero ¡fue asombroso! Y el arroz y el guacamole…mmm. Por supuesto, Logan no probó nada. Continuamos hasta las cuatro y media pienso. Entonces, fuimos a ...
Although Zacatecas was very inviting we managed to pull ourselves away on Saturday to begin our final full day in the FJ.
The last part of our drive that day was on the smallest highway we encountered and some of the most amazing. This, of course, was where our camera ran out of battery! We wound our way through roads that were more often canopied with lush green trees than not. The mountain side was dripping with exotic flowers and vines as we rambled our way ...
... is gonna happen? But no zombies appeared. There was no Dawn (or Shaun!) of the Dead! No one with a scream mask either. And no one who knew what we did last summer!
Instead of trick-or-treating at people's doors, Sayulita kids wander the streets in costume and visit the restaurants around town. But the real Mexican celebrations start ...