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... out a fuzzy soft tarantula. I got a magnet. :) We then headed back to our flat with mr falling asleep in the car. Since we meeting up with my cousins for dinner, I needed to get some dinner for mr who is a bit picky about food options. We then headed back out on the road to meet up at Pei Wei which I thought was going to be like a restaurant we used to go to with the same name up here. The food was good but the menu options were ...
... of next years' Superbowl, which is a great location for it, especially in January. We shared a few beers and a plate of nachos at the game and made some new friends in the crowd. The Cardinals fans were a fun bunch too, with good natured smack talk but not hitting below the belt or becoming belligerent. The two fights we saw when we were leaving the stadium were between 9ers fans themselves, so I guess we ...
... at as a salesperson. So cool to finally meet Suzanne in person. Of course dummy me, I didn't get a picture of her and I together but we plan on a lunch on Wednesday so I'll have a chance to redeem myself ;)
Then up to Sapporo to meet more Facebook friends for the first time in person. UGH... and more people on loop 101 who get in the middle lane and creep along absolutely refusing to move over. I know it happens everywhere but it's still ...
Today we drove from Las Vegas, Nevada to Phoenix Arizona so that we could visit Marlenis. Marlenis is Bertha's (Duny's mom) close friend. The drive to Phoenix was interesting and scorching. We stopped to see the Hoover Dam and then debated on whether or not to see the Grand Canyon. The detour would cost us more that a couple of hours and so we opted to save that experience for a different ...
... the southern part of the US.
There are a number of defunct or retired DC-10's, 747's and other large commercial aircraft parked at KGYR. It's a small "boneyard" compared to a few others in the dry desert climate where a hundred or more old airliners are parked. On my RTW trip, flying from Vanuatu to Pago Pago, I talked to a Quantas crew flying overhead who were ferrying a plane to a boneyard in California. Sad to see all that technology sitting idle.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking