Banning House Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... but this was my first time, so it was super exciting for me!
We had to be back on ship by around 4pm to leave, so we got back to the ship, hung out by the pool, and enjoyed some time in the casino and the pool area. We enjoyed the water slide area the most. We may have been the only adults taking advantage of it, but hey. We can't resist a good water slide. ;)
There was this one game in the casino that really got our attention and we spent a lot ...
... up and had our photo taken in a variety of poses in front of a variety of backgrounds by 3 different photographers then had a fabulous dinner. I had bay scallop, cesar salad, medium-rare sirloin beef and strawberry cheese cake. Doune had some type of salad (lots of alfalfa sprout stayed on the plate), ravioli, and a dark chocolate desert. I will pay more attention to the name of the dishes she chooses from now on. We dined alone just the two of us. The ...
... which continued sporadically the rest of the afternoon. Later in the afternoon Gary, Larry and I headed out for a bit to see some local sights. We visited Trump National Golf Club, drove by Wayfarers Chapel where Gary and Kelly were married in 1975 and then stopped at Trader Joes for a few groceries. Gary prepared a great dinner of roasted chicken, baked sweet potatoes, salad and a grilled vegetable medley. We have an early flight again tomorrow so heading to bed ...
... and selling the virtues of the new modern larger supermarkets that the noes don’t want. And the yesses are whooping in the background as he shows slides of wider aisles, more produce, and a greater variety of goods on sale. Before doing this he ran through about five different designs of building – each time they produced a plan, he says, the people didn’t like it when it went out to consultation. Now he’s going through the ...
On a beautiful morning we had breakfast on the patio! We went for a walk to the seafront and then up State Street to the Old Town Area. This was greatly damaged by the 1926 Earthquake. Shops do not open until 10.30 - 11 and by that time we are on the road, so Willie is saving a fortune! We saw a building entitled the Ronald Reagan Centre for Youth. Although it was closed we had a peek in and there was a section of the Berlin Wall with a caption, Mr Gorbechev, break down this ...