BEST WESTERN Royal Sun Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Left Silver City and headed southwest towards Arizona. Took Rural roads most of the day and came across some amazing landscape. Not quite desert so lots of plant life to admire. Only wildlife we saw were millions of grasshoppers that hopped in the middle of the road. At ...
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That night we headed to downtown Scottsdale and had a wonderful array of pizzas at The Gelato Spot where the awkward waitress told us a long, detailed story about her Halloween experience, and then we went off drinking at Giligan's where they hired "little people" ("PC midgets") to work at a mini-bar. I'm not sure what we were expecting but when we finally saw the mini bar it made us feel very bad for the woman working and the frat boys doing ...
... in Tokyo, I'll spend the night at a hotel near the airport so I can catch my flight to Nagoya the next morning. Japan is 16 hours ahead of the US, so I'll be losing a day on the flight over and will land on the night of May 23rd in Japan.
I'll been spending 9 weeks total in Japan. The first four I will spend in Nagoya for study abroad, ...
... of Arizona. This University is huge and right in the middle of Tucson. Pretty campus and we drove through it for miles seeing the football stadium, basketball stadium and all the sports venues as well as some academic buildings. It is very different from a typical New England college campus. They don’t have these huge buildings that look like sky scrapers many buildings are low to the ground..
... had clear blue sky. El Paso is a very large city on the Mexico/Texas border. Around 2:30, we went back into New Mexico and just west of Las Cruces, we were stopped at a border patrol inspection station where they asked our citizenship and then asked what we had in the van. Dan said, "Just a bunch of junk we’re taking to California", and the guy laughed and then asked about the gauges on the dash. ...