The Victorian Mansion at Los Alamos
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Tyler took Kylie, Kira, James and me on a little hike. First we had to get over a fallen tree, through the creek, through a gate until we were on the hiking trail. There we had some exercise and a great view over the ocean. However it was a bit overcast but still very warm. James was our guide and Kylie & Kira showed me how to do the exercises. At the Summerland Beach Café Jenny was waiting for us. We all had breakfast together at this cute and special little place. Later in ...
... win the World Cup and Kirsty skyped Chanade. That afternoon we went back to Carmel. This time to see the town area. We walked up and down the streets of the well off carmel which were lined with Art Galleries, coffee places and nice restaurants. We had lemonades outside one of the bars. After a lazy day on Sunday it became ...
... Durango until we had to put Velcro on the sliding doors to stop her from opening them. Hmmmm, who taught her to do that?
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