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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... I was getting exhausted. Our destination was Tula, which the guidebooks said did not have much to commend it, except for the excellent Toltec site. More on that later. I resolved to stop at the first hotel we found. Well, the very first one we saw we looked pretty shaky, so I drove up and down the strip outside of town looking for something else. I absolutely was not going to drive to the center of a large city, get confused and lost looking for a hotel. So, we pulled ...
... that Portugal has to offer. One city calls itself the Venice of Portugal! Should be interesting. But first I will head 40 minutes west to Sintra a UNESCO World Heritage Site after that it is east to Evora another World Heritage Site with amazing castles and ancient ruins. I'll try to send lots of photos. Please remember this is all new to me so hopefully things will turn out ...
... with homemade tortillas (thanks again Brett for the fresh bread). The kids went to bed, with red rimmed eyes from the swimming and the culmination of 5 days of play from sun-up to sunrise, and the grown-ups rallied from their margarita fogs for one more round of Settlers of Catan; this was going to be the game to settle the score, or leave it tied at the top if Jess or Sara managed to pull one out of the bag. Well, it was a hard fought game that lasted for over two hours, ...
... home just before 7pm to a lovely dinner of homemade calzones.
While this was going on, Tim, Brett and the kids made their way back to the camp on the lake and spent the day on the sailboat, tubing, kayaking, swimming, eating hot dogs and hamburgers for lunch and all around relaxing. They packed up the kids and made it home in time to make the calzone dough, prepare all of the fillings, assemble the calzones, put them in the oven and slurp, errr I mean sip, a ...
... for two days after the walk.
We were back to the house just after 6pm and walked into a scene of asian dumplings being assembled in preparation for a group dinner back at the camp on the lake. We pitched in, played our part and soon all 8 of us were heading back to the camp for a potluck dinner. The kids went for a swim in the lake and just as dinner was being served, the thunder clapped over the lake and the kids were quickly rounded up before the storm hit. We all sat down for ...