BEST WESTERN Crystal Palace Inn & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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I am almost back home and I have to stop for gas at a Shell for $45.85. I had breakfast at McDonalds. The pancakes cost me $2.19 and I just snacked on some fruit for lunch because I was not very hungry.
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... some ibprophen.
By morning the foot was no better so I called Kaiser and obtained information on what she should do. Our granddaughter made the call, set an appointment and found a friend to give her a ride. Turns out the foot had a broken bone. She will see the foot specialist tomorrow and we will find out if the foot will be cast or have a boot.
We are leaving 1 week from today so we are hoping that we ...
... switch flights but every flight was jam packed and late.
Finally, after a very late flight I arrived in NY at about 1:30am, tired and still needing to get to my hotel. I went to Avis to find that my rental car had fallen off the reservations so after a long line with only one reservationist, I got my car by 2:30am. Since I’m a Preferred Member my car is always waiting for me with no line. I got to the hotel and into bed by 4am. 7am came way too ...
... Mary still chuckling, and wonder back up the highway stopping off at Starbucks, before heading back to the hotel. Dinner is at Mary's recommendation, Tokyo House, where they do teppanyaki cooking on a hot plate in front of us. Michael the chef, who is definitely not Japanese, more Italian American, and puts on a show of juggling, flames and food fun, cooking up a feast of fried rice and vegetables, with Halibut for me. We're at a ...
... br> We arrived at the lodge preceding the trail to the Sequoias, the widest trees in the world, only to find that whilst the road had been open yesterday when Chris asked, it wasn’t today due to snow. We were offered the choice of either not seeing the trees, not really an option, or walking the two miles the road would have taken us in the van and then doing the trail on top of that; as we had nothing else on the itinerary today apart from the drive to Bakersfield ...