Courtyard San Diego Carlsbad
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... on Florida plates,) it is just too close . Passing through we did not see any cowboys on horses but did note they are crazy fast drivers, and did not stop until we passed into New Mexico, stopping at the tourist stop for information and a map of the area.
Our stop for the night was Las Cruces,(15 miles north from El Paso), where the tourist brochure told us they enjoy 360 days of sunshine and ...
... two huge comfortable chairs and overlooks the dead end street and homes opposite, with sea glimpses to the side. I sit out here in my white fluffy robe....Cindy has provided everything possible including bath soap from Provence, and write. The outside back is a 'Tuscan' delight, with a lounging area on a slightly raised, carpeted area with a huge fireplace and to the other side of the pool a higher raised ...
... When I was about a block home, I started running. I bursted into my room and opened the little door. I couldn't see the ladder anymore. It was just dark. Finally, after staring into ithe dark for 5 minutes, I started to get ready. When I just put on my dress. I heard a knock. I thought it was my mom so I yelled at her to go away. But she replied: I WASNT KNOCKING. That's when everything turned so weird. ...
... and then they went on the wierdest ride I have ever seen. They sat in a claw which then threw them around, upside down, sideways, this ways, that ways and all ways. It was quite bizarre. They went on level 2. We watched another kid who went on level 5 and that made me ill just watching him.
In the Land of Adventure, the girls took me on another roller coaster with a big dip, roundy roundy bits and lots of stomach churning ups and downs. I was ...
... proved difficult. Finally we gave in and he had us sorted.
First stop was Long Beach, home to the original Queen Mary cruise ship built in 1936 which is now a hotel and museum. Long Beach looked nice, with a fairly decent beach front and lots of hotels and shops. We continued south stopping at Laguna Beach for peanut butter sandwiches on the beach in front of the very nice beach front apartments. It was a stunning blue bird day and there were a few people swimming. The ...