Rodeway Inn & Suites
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... site the wonderful perfume from the orange blossoms fill the air. Luckily for us there were still some trees to be picked and we took the opportunity to do so. You take a picker pole from the office and collect as many as you want. I have never tasted a freshly picked orange and these were fantastic. The flavour was unbelievable; intensely orange with thick floral overtones and so sweet. I think another picking session is in order before we leave here.
After picking ...
... looks at the final sale on your pump and then prints you a final receipt for the actual amount spent. Whew! That's sounds like a long process.....and it is! Getting fuel can take you 30-45 minutes depending on how busy they are. I will spare you the details of some of the things truckers leave behind at the pumps!!! Ok moving on......
Driving across the desert was actually very pleasant, unlike my last trip through there. The temps didn't go above the low ...
We are getting our act together for our Europe trip. Finally!!!
I bought airplane tickets for Dale and our grandson. They will fly out on a Tuesday arriving in Brussels on Wed a.m., the same day that our granddaughter and I fly to Brussels from Rome. I wish we could arrive in Brussels close to the same time but I doubt that it will happen that way. I haven't even looked at tickets for our flight. Guess I should do that.
Our younger granddaughter is planning to go with ...
... Fe and go to the cooking school last Thanksgiving. Alas, not only was I working but our daughter-in-law couldn’t travel at that time. So now we thought that we’d go to Santa Fe during spring break and take our granddaughter and oldest grandson. We have made our reservations at the Santa Fe School of Cooking and paid for 3 classes: Chili Rellenos, hands on class, Contemporary ...
We have 3 days in San Francisco, well mostly 3 days. So Monday we will eat lunch with our middle son at Lucas Films cafeteria in Marin, then we will want to leave as early as we can on Tues so another short day there.
There are 3 things that top the list of to do's with grandkids: 1. Zoo, 2. Exploratorium, 3. Aquarium/Natural History/Planetarium. 3 things in 3 days.
I looked up the 3 different things; hours opened and cost. Aquarium/combo is the most expensive ...