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#21443 - 07/10/06 06:24 PM Where to stay on the mainland  
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I'm flying in on Friday and the place where I was going to stay is full. I ned somewhere on the mainland in the west, Cayo District?, that is nice, has AC and is close to mountains, caves, etc. Anyone have a suggestion? Blancaneaux is full and Windy Hill has no transport...Marty, ?.......


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#21444 - 07/10/06 06:31 PM Re: Where to stay on the mainland  
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What about San Ignacio Hotel or Cahal Pech Resort?

#21445 - 07/10/06 09:07 PM Re: Where to stay on the mainland  
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Pooks Hill. Lovely spot just outside Teakettle on Roaring Creek with it's own Mayan ruin on site - recently subject to an archeological dig revealing more. I don't think there's ac though and it was no. 3 priority on your list; but if you can get past that it's stunning and close to Tapir Mountain Reserve, ATM, Caves Branch, Zoo, Gaunacaste etc.
www.pookshilllodge.com/

#21446 - 07/11/06 09:51 AM Re: Where to stay on the mainland  
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dont do the san ignacio hotel unless it got a lot nicer the last few years. i stayed at duPlooy's in '02 and really liked it. good luck, i love cayo!!!!!!

#21447 - 07/11/06 10:23 AM Re: Where to stay on the mainland  
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Mopan River Resort in Benque de Viejo

#21448 - 07/11/06 02:15 PM Re: Where to stay on the mainland  
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Jaguar paw lodge

#21449 - 07/11/06 06:55 PM Re: Where to stay on the mainland  
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Mopan River Resort is closed July through October each year.


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#21450 - 07/13/06 06:39 AM Re: Where to stay on the mainland  
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Hidden Valley, Chaa Creek, Five Sisters .........

#21451 - 07/13/06 09:58 AM Re: Where to stay on the mainland  
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Oh, man! I LOVED Five Sisters but it's WAY out there! The waterfalls make it totally worth the trip.

Jaguar Paw is also excellent, in my opinion.

#21452 - 07/13/06 12:01 PM Re: Where to stay on the mainland  
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Five sisters is more or less next door to Blancaneaux, so if Grace was interested in Blancaneaux, she will find the location just as lovely - and yes, it is way out there.

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