Yes, mexican food. And it tasted much like Mexican food. And sitting inside a resturant that reminded us of "on the border", we felt at home. Jeff and I both agreed on that....also looking at all the pictures of cancun made us agree to go someplace warm when we get home. Forget Europe, next time I get on a plane it will be headed to Phoenix. It broke our per diem, but guacomole and homemade tortillas are totally worth it in my book.
And then last, but certainly not least for weekend adventures, Movenpick. Not an accident. We are well aware of the location of the ice cream shoppe....we are Carpenters after all. The girls absolutely hate it here can you tell?
So in the end, even though I had begged and pleaded with Jeff to let us go someplace , and he thought it was best between his load of work and the freezing temperatures to stay put, he was probabllly right. Especcially if we left it up to a poll....the girls would vote this was thier favorite weekend yet. That I in the end I am glad for the low key weekend and the chance to rest up. No not for anything big or exciting....think me, and the girlies, alone in a mostly strange place ( here) where we don't know anyone, and we have no car or telephone. Jeff is off to someplace else for work for a few days and I am to say the least; anxious about it.
Wish us all the luck you have.