BEST WESTERN Moreno Hotel & Suites
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...they will be rather sore by the time I get to Japan. I volunteered to bring some things for my friends in Japan, so I'm beginning to think I've turned into a walking grocery store. Luckily, the majority of the items will be out of my suitcases by the 14th, so I'll survive.
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... so here other roads are perpendicular to the ones one uses coming from the east. Covering 1.9 million acres the area was the last area of the continental US to be mapped and remains “frontier” country, for the most part accessible to hikers, horses and 4-wheel drive vehicles only and is a geological sampler, with a huge variety of formations, features, and world-class paleontological sites.
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... the Maritime Museum, and it was very exciting! ! We got to see old sailboats and battle ships, along with Russian and American submarines. We even got to take a cruise around the harbor! It was a beautiful day and I was thoroughly enjoying every minute. We capped the night with a Mexican dinner in Old Town San Diego. The next day he took me to a cool restaurant that reaemvled and old 1950s ice cream parlor, specializing in, of ...
... time. The next day, Mom, Dad, and I had dinner and a movie (Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) with friends Al and Roberta. And finally Tuesday mom and I got to have some real quality girl time with shopping in Old Town Temecula and a day going to the different wineries. I had a blast.
I was sad to leave my family but I still was itching to get back home...I loved seeing my family again and wished I could do it more often. It was a great Christmas week...
... Vietnam or Japan. Other times travel involved classic train trips across Europe, India or the United States. There are steamships, culinary discoveries, and characters galore, all described in vivid detail through her wide eyes.
In 2002, my sister, MaryAnn captured excerpts from Mom's journals and published them in a marvelous book called "...Some Curious Information, Journals of ...