Country Inn & Suites San Bernardino/Redlands
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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For our last day in California, it was a pretty great one. I do wish we had more time to spend in Los Angeles, but we made what we had count. We left Redlands for LA around noon and had plans to be at a Craig Ferguson taping for 2:30 pm. (One aired last night and the other airs tonight!) We had about an hour to kill and Ferg was able to check out Meltdown Comics, a store where his favourite podcast is ...
... the opportunity I was having two nights from then in Oakland. My brother bought us VIP tickets to the Oakland show where I would be meeting Gary and the band again. The next morning, I called up Chris Johnson at All American Tattoo's in Salem, Oregon and he fit me in just as the shop was opening up. Many thanks to him for doing the tattoo on such short notice. It's healing great.
Monday was spent driving, driving, driving. We rolled in to Vallejo, ...
... with our intense directors training. Since arriving in the US I have struggled to find healthy food and today at dinner time I got the closest that I ever had - deep fried broccoli - never had that before.
8th July Today was the last day of the inductions - it finished at 11. After collecting all my bags I headed down to our car to meet my other coaches in my cluster - Beth and John. As we weren't provided with a ...
... school Tuesdays and Thursdays, keep up with my CA duties everyday, and volunteer with REACH (a club at this school that goes to the local juvenile center and tutors) on Fridays. So I shall be quite busy. Birthday gift ideas: a Keurig Coffee maker... who loves me? I joke, I kid. Anyhow, the classes I'm planning on taking are Statistical Methods, Exceptional Child (a class on disabilities; and these are the two classes I will have to ...
... was a trail there with interpretive signs showing how the native Indians had lived there in such a desolate environment. Also lots of info about the plant life and the many different cacti and other plants growing there. Hard to believe anything could survive in that environment. We didn't stay long - the temperature was only about four degrees and we seemed to be in some sort of wind tunnel.
Another few miles and we began to descend...fairly quickly. About ten ...