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La Casa de Piedra - Posada de Piedra

One Stone House, one Stone Inn, are these the same places?

PJ

I asked mikefisher
Same place.
The name is Posada de Piedra.
In English that would be “the house of rocks”.
It is named like that because it is mad of natural stones.
I’m looking forward to seeing this place.
Gracias mike

Bob,
if Jay behave’s nice we may allow him to spend us a beer there, he he
Mike

I’m sure he’d love to. Seems to me he owes me a beer from last summer’s fiesta, but who’s counting. Or, do I owe him one? It’s all so fuzzy …
On the other hand, who cares? ::slight_smile:

Weird I thought I already replied, oh well lets try again.

Hey! I’m always on my best behavior, not to worry I’m good for a few rounds. Am I alone is saying that while on vacation you don’t seem to worry about spending too much money.

Looking forward to solving a few of the worlds problems with you fine gentleman.

36 more sleeps but who’s counting!

the first problem can be solved easily,
you guys just spend all those rounds you may think you owe each others on ME,
and i will be ready to solve all of the world’s problems, he he
Mike

[quote=@mikefisher]the first problem can be solved easily,
you guys just spend all those rounds you may think you owe each others on ME,
and i will be ready to solve all of the world’s problems, he he
Mike[/quote]

Hmmm sometimes I wonder if that boat of yours comes with autopilot or training pontoons to keep it straight LOL

autopilot Wilf,
it is all about autopilot and a good stocked fridge or two, ha ha
Mike

I added a link to its location.

http://wikimapia.org/#lat=18.6925588&lon=-68.4232485&z=18&l=0&m=a&v=2

Don’t know owners, not getting cut. ;D

Link isn’t working for me?

Works fine for me.