DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Carson
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... Museum for more much needed car theropy, and back to the Motel for a bit of relaxation at the pool, god help us we needed it after Friday night pheeew!!!!!!! We returned to scene of our crime on Friday night for a quite meal, only to meet some Aussies, you wouldnt believe it one of them used to live at Lower Longley.
Tomorrow we head out to Route 66 for a much awaited cruise in the Mustang, cant wait this will be the drive of a lifetime.
... It was a bit expensive at US$70.00 given all we had was the pasta, pizza and a glass of wine each. A bit different to Thailand prices.
The weather was pretty hot today. I think it was about 32 degrees.
We spent some time with Tom when we returned and had a nice bottle of Robert Mondavi red wine that we had picked up at a supermarket. We finally got into bed at about 11.00pm
... an enjoyable ambience. Later on after my meal I continued with my research alongside the rest of the volunteers.
We then proceeded to go on a boat trip. We set out on the rubber boat towards where the dolphins had previously been sighted. Eventually we saw the pod of dolphins in all their glory. They came quite close to the boat and were playful in the ...
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... a GMC(Holden)Captiva. The drive from New Orleans was very straightforward through the glades of Louisiana, into Texas, New Mexico and eventually Arizona, travelling for much of the last part of the trip on half of the famous Route 66. ( Jeff said to just that you are a Route 66 chic, but we will will call you route 33 chic for the moment until you complete the second half - Chicago to Amarillo) . The highway driving...... Let me just explain this in US.... The official speed is 75 miles ...