DreamCatcher Inn de Las Cruces
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Boulevard 114-118; conf # 64060341 Hotel provides FREE Airport shuttle (every 30 min) Ph 45 88 776655;pd pts + $70
Tuesday,June 3 Cruise: Royal Princes: Pier @ SUNDROGSGADE 300-334 (12 day cruise) 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM Check in
Wednesday, June 4 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM OSLO
Thursday, June 5 7:00 AM to 2:00 ...
... From there we headed west, more wind, to the Tucson area. T looks to be quite intertaining. Much to see, from Tombstone to an aviation museum. Which we missed. But we did wander through the Saguaro National Park, a playground of cacti, in bloom. An eight mile drive plus a mile walk took us through a spiny wonderland. On the outskirts of Tucson, it would have been subdivided if not for the federal ...
... to make some money. This was a true ripoff for the workers. More often than not the tips the owners gave the workers amounted to more than their earnings. You can see that the massage lady was making huge money compared to the wash and wax guys.
We met some great people while staying in the park and think that we will stay in touch with some of them. There was Bill and Eleanor from Big Fork, Montana. They were a very nice couple ...
My new backpack for our ATW trip......Jansport 65L! Not a small backpack, but I want to make sure I'll have plenty of room for my stuff. After all, we'll be living out of it for 35 days. The backpack type you choose to bring along should reflect the type of backpacking trip you’re taking. I felt like a 65L fits a long trip like the one we are taking. Carla has decided to take a 65L backpack from REI and Cheryl is taking an even smaller backpack ...
... saloon. They knew how to beat the heat! Just before they left the folks topped their visit off with an ice cream cone that tasted especially good in the 100 degree heat. Mom had a great time taking pictures, lots of cowboys, horses, stagecoaches and great old buildings with so much history. All in all a very nice day and a good one for me inside my nice air conditioned mobile home. Next stop Yuma, AZ (another cool spot, so I've been told). Until next time, ...