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... to find and research apartments. I start with VRBO at http://www.vrbo.com and HomeAway at http://www.homeaway.com to search for apartments that are for short term rent by owners. Sometimes I find that small agencies also list their apartments on these sites as well as individual homeowners, so that will often lead me to the agency’s website. That’s how I found Like Living There! at ...
... first three letters backwards spell Gin. In fact if you take all the letters you get LE GIN. I am The Gin. Now that I fully understand the connection I will happily drink more gin in the future, especially in France. Jen had a day off from filming on Wednesday so we spent the day at the Hotel's water park. It's got all of the usual features, wedgie inducing water slides, a wave pool and best of all a lazy river ride. We bobbed ...
... We are gladly moving on – I don’t think we are old enough to stay here – at least not for the next 15-20 years, maybe then we can pass in the 75+ park
Papago Park – hole in the Rock
After getting lost in the parking lot, we walk up to the hole in the rock and enjoy the great views of Phoenix through the hole, scramble around the rocks and then also enjoy ...
So 700am comes around too early when I have to work and to late when I am going on a trip. Tiffany picked up Jacque and then came to get me. Off to the airport no problems yay!. We hit the usual paradise bakery before boarding. croissants and juice are just the thing to get me in a vacation mood. The flight from phoenix to Newark was uneventful on tme and effortless. The flight ...
We left Albuquerque and headed west. We saw the temperature drop to -18 as we passed through the mountains in New Mexico (the elevation was over 7,000ft)!! Driving through the desert we saw these amazing cactus. They are called saguaro and can only be found in the Sonoran Desert. They can grow to 40-60 feet tall and can live for 200 years! WILD!! We arrived in Mesa to +17 with cloudless, blue skies!! Today will be spent unpacking, doing laundry and getting to know our way around our 'new ...
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