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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... So while Quincy babbled on about how a horrible friend I was. I figured out a way to go home! When Quincy went outside to find some new shoes. I quickly ran to the door and got into the tunnel. All the twists and turns were so weird. It seemed like–the Labyrinth. So what do I know about mazes. Well what do I know about ...
... one night because Momma drove 8 hours today and then we are going to Southern Arizona. Suburb traffic was horrific, so we made the decision not to even try going to LA, which we are told is much worse. Hopefully more pictures tomorrow......good night ...
... in Man v. Food! Our day was always going to be centred around San Diego's Zoo. Apparently one of the best known in the world, and considered by some to be superior to Twycross. I do like Twycross but it is beaten slightly by this one. A 45 minute bus tour required just to see 75% of the Zoo. We spent the next 4 hours walking around the huge zoo, which literally had everything. Sian's favourite animals being the Elephants. And I was much happier once I had seen ...
... you dropped this!" she holds up my wallet. She leaves before I even register what just happened. Ok, the Universe just told me to slow down. Relax. Look around. Take it all in. So I do.
I allow myself to really feel India. The smells, the colors, the smiles on peoples faces, the beautiful buildings and most of all the incredible depth of the Indian peoples hearts. They might be intense, persistent, loud and annoyingly curious asking ...
... to keep the stopper open to see how the service was from the maintenance man and David told them about the drain stopper. Said they were going to send someone up right away to fix it. I told David to tell them to come up tomorrow while we were out for the day.
Ok, you can relax now, the rest of the little bit of evening was fine. We crawled into bed and watched a little TV, turned out the lights and called it a night.