Rodeway Inn & Suites
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... but have about two more years of work to finish it - amazing!
We ride over the Golden Gate Bridge (wow what an experience) and then down the spectacular Pacific Coast Highway 1 for about 100 miles. This kinder confirmed that we had riden coast to coast across America in just over a week.
My riding mate Bob had a problem his his tank bag (nothing personal) meaning he couldn't get ...
... cable TV. Most of the other "campers" we learned stay here year-round. One gentleman who stopped by (with about a six inch gray/white goatee and no front teeth) said that he had been here seven years. Many must work in the local community and there are a few kids around. Everyone has been nice and easy to talk to.
A camper rolled in behind our site with South Dakota plates on the large RV and towed SUV. Because I lived in South ...
... immediately that we're boarding the flight for Seattle. We're used to our controls for our seats and audio/visual on Lufthansa now. Since we don't have our carry ons, we have all the room we need to fully recline our seats. The staff is so courteous; our flight protocol begins—champagne, etc. before takeoff, and then a steady stream of beverages and food. We are so tired, we ...
... curve in the road and here stand all these donkeys and cars stopped along the road feeding them! They are not shy at all and are very curious about Auggie. He doesn't know what in the world to think of them as they stick their heads into the cab!
One of the little guys sure likes the Pringles chips that I grab out of the back to feed him! Just after passing the donkeys Ike spotted a ...
... alarm didn’t go off, I couldn’t have gone out without asking them to put a fresh battery in, and of course I checked there was a new battery inserted rather than just an empty slot.
I felt like the ugly sister next to some of the other girls who’d changed for the meal, but figured I’d dress-up in Las Vegas tomorrow night, and consoled myself with a Margarita: just $7.50 for a cocktail shaker worth of drinks, although the fact that it ...