Econo Lodge Airport
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... and a couple of pastry items which we could take away with us back to our room. They were large sized pastries and our second choice was a muffin so we saved our muffin for later!
We decide to head to the pool again anyway as it was still warm to us and we had to make the most of it even if it was cloudy. We were there by mid morning to enjoy the lazy river etc. and actually it was really nice. It was very quiet but it meant we basically ...
... charge from a half-hour about 6 hours with different quantity of factors for instance utilization (video uses more souped up that still photos). 6) To function the mini device, a four-legged switch is soldered using a circuit board buried inside the pen. It connects to a exterior button the user has access to. Once pushed, and contingent upon what combination (twice in succession, held for several seconds, etc), video ...
... felafel burger so I was happy. The rest of the time was
spent trying to figure out the bus schedule to get to the hotel. Soon enough it was time to board and head to Paris!
Once in Paris, I must have looked like an American, since when I got to customs the guy standing and directing looked at me and said “American passports that way” and pointed to the counter. This line was a piece of cake compared ...
... either. When I finally arrived and unfolded myself from my seat it was late afternoon. I was pretty tired from the bus ride to Panama and the 30 pound bag strapped to me on the bus ride through the city. Which means I headed straight to the hostel and took it easy.
The next morning I woke up and got ready to shop. I had been told how to find my destination but I hadn't been there before. It would be new territory and that usually meant ...
... a 20% alc. mutant called Mangria also more than helped to pass the time.
On Thursday we took a brief break from the above and drove out of the city and up through the saguaro cacti (proper wild west ones which can grow up to 60 feet high) to South Mountain, which provides a fantastic view of the valley. On Friday I decided that a bigger foray into productivity was required, and had set aside the day to work on my project. The host I had ...