Tecolote Canyon Bed And Breakfast
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... and what it feels like to conquer 11,300+ feet; I learned how to be parched in the desert and still prevail while laughing; I learned about patience and sacrifice and friendship and respect; I learned that family isn't defined by blood; I learned about the glory in our country; I learned about the poverty in our country; I learned that if you catch the Grand Canyon at the right time with the right people that you can learn, even if it's only for a second, what it's like to ...
... is a lovely island with manicured gardens, pretty and very upmarket worth a day trip or short stay. On the way back to our hotel we stopped off at The Gaslamp area, the oldest part of Downtown. We also went to Old Town which is a bit of a‘disneyland/old town’ attraction where a Spanish festival was being held, lots of typical wild west architecture and buildings, the St Fagans of California!Day 3 we were sorry to be heading out of ...
You know that giddy feeling you get as you approach your destination? As always, I felt that within me as I walked through the doors and was greeted by a blast of warmth from the sun and a view of tall palms lining a roadway reaching high up into the azure blue sky.
I find my way to the rental car shuttle and hop on with others going to the same direction. I will spare you the boring details of the long line ...
... the evening we went on a paddle boat cruise across the bay, where we got off and walked to a brilliant crab shack for supper. On the way back Pip and Ruby bought lifeguard shorts each to go with their new hoodies - may have to find more lifeguards to pose with now!
For some reason we all swapped beds, which didn't go down too well!! The hotel isn't up to much,, but the room is ok, apart from the fact we are all in ...
... tables are rustic kitchen style with burlap wrapped chairs. There are chalk drawing atop some of the walls, but the main focus is the large, orange, tastefully-done graffiti wall which is a showstopper.
The both the drink menu and the dining menu are filled with creativity and inspiration that makes it hard to choose which beverage and food item you will want to try first. It is one of those restaurants where, if you had a stomach the size of an elephant, you would want to try ...
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