Inn at San Ignacio
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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Maybe because I've been reading a book about the Camino de Santiago or maybe I need better glasses, but I thought my reservation in Tucson was at the CAMINO del Sol--turns out it's the CASINO del Sol, ugh! Was about 10 miles off I-10, was pretty grumpy but it's actually a really nice room ...
We pulled away from Needles a bit later than planned, neither of us in a great hurry to face the inevitable heat of the day! Our departure put us on historic Rt. 66--just a smidgen of road that was once the American highway which promised all travelers great adventures! As our truck, the Jolly Green Giant, meandered down the road, Chuck and I noticed some stacked-rock memorials that had been erected along each side of the road. We gazed at ...
... Fredeicksberg hoping to eat at Rebecca Rather's Pink Pig Restaurant. I have two of her cookbooks and was hoping I might be lucky to catch a glimpse of her. Maybe try one of those desserts she is so famous for. I would make a terrible stalker. She closed the restaurant over two years ago. I should have checked before. Anyway Fredericksburg is absolutely charming! Another retirement option. ...
... out how to separate his thumb from the rest of his fist. so he will just lick his thumb. Cute! Today, Eric was post call and got to spend a lot of time with James. Eric went to PT today then dropped his M4 at JP's then cane home. I went to pilates at 11 and picked up lunch at Firebirds. Later, I returned Eric's knee scooter, hopefully he won't need it again! Then dropped off the dry cleaning, ran into Elise in the parking lot. She is feeling like she has just gotten really ...
... we start?
Ahhhh, let's start at the very beginning, a very good place to start.
For those of you who didn't follow my adventures in Paraguay (no that's not in Africa), or for those of you whose memory does not extend back that far, I am going to tell you a little story.
Once upon a time there was a sprightly young child by the name of Erin (that's me). Her dream was to go to France, her dream was in sight, she ...