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Ernestos? La Veranda? Lobster House?

Discussion in 'Cozumel' started by conchette, Feb 5, 2006.

  1. scubasherry

    scubasherry Nassau Grouper

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    Your right.... had my bars mixed up. Was still destroyed but they were working on cleaning it up while we were there that afternoon.
    This was our first time to Cozumel and we had an awesome time. Can't wait to go back.
     
  2. Giggi

    Giggi Barracuda

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    The Rasta place was cool. They gave us a marker and my (usually unromantic) husband put our initials with a heart around it with the date on it last year. I'm glad we got pictures!

    Any word on Albino's (fka The Treehouse)? (I'm glad El Moro is open. Their chicken Yucatan itself is worth the trip down.)
     
  3. Giggi

    Giggi Barracuda

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    nm, I found my answer in another thread.
     
  4. sharky60

    sharky60 Photographer

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    HMM..I wonder what whould cause a place called Marley's change their minds so much?...HMM
    :silly:
     
  5. ggunn

    ggunn ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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    I am not oblivious to your reference, but what I was told was that Bob's Marley Bar (aka Paradise Cafe) and the property across the road (Rasta's) were owned by a married couple who divorced, and then things got even more complicated.
     
  6. Rooster1

    Rooster1 Loggerhead Turtle

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    That is a real bumnmer that they are not going to rebuild it. That place has been an Icon and land mark as to where you are on the island. One of my personal favourites for chilling
     
  7. ggunn

    ggunn ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Oh, I don't think that it won't be rebuilt or at least replaced. They hadn't rebuilt it yet when I was there in mid January, but I have no doubt that something will be there soon. It is too prime a location for there not to be a bar there. Don' worry, mon.
     
  8. scubasherry

    scubasherry Nassau Grouper

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    We were out there on Feb 5th and there were guys out there cleaning up. I will try to post a picture later when I get home from work. Not sure why they would be working out there on it if they weren't going to rebuild.
     
  9. sharky60

    sharky60 Photographer

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    Another great opportunity for "Sharky's Bar & Grille"!!
     
  10. ggunn

    ggunn ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Works for me. Need a bartender?
     

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