Hacienda del Cerezo
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... 200 feet. Well, time to get seated and they tried to put us outsdie! We asked for inside were told no by one person and then she was overridden by someone else. Phew! Our table was super tiny, but at least it was inside! The food was good and the margaritas were strong! We had the El Doro margaritas and Will had a Shirley Temple - this is the kid drink of choice - but for some reason, Ben and Julia didn't have one. Will's drink ...
... older running used or junk Cadillac automobiles from 1949 to 1963, half-buried nose-first in the ground, at an angle corresponding to that of the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt. Writing graffiti on or otherwise spray-painting the vehicles is now encouraged, and the vehicles, which have long since lost their original colours, are wildly decorated. The cars are periodically repainted various colours to provide a fresh canvas for future visitors.
... either. Elise woke up to her phone in a pool of water, while the other girls tossed and turned in the rain, they just didn't hear us go to the bathroom or they said they all would have come with us too!
We left the bathroom when it started getting light, and nobody was in a good mood. We had to pack down our tents in the rain, and had to literally pour the water out from our tent. I had to even ring out my pillow. We packed everything into the van in the ...
... American jewellery. So we all had to be a little patient.
The CAP definitely made up for this though by taking us to have lunch, MASSIVE BURGERS, and LOADS OF FRIES. Everything is huge in America, and if I keep eaten all this lovely food, I'm going to be huge too. Whilst I was talking to the Officers, they were keen to find out more about the RAF Cadets. They were especially surprised when I told them about my two ...
... southern route and got mixed up with the great canyon country of what is now southern Utah and northern Arizona. Future parties swung further north crossing the Colorado River near Moab and the Green River at the town of the same name.
Back in the 1820s Santa Fe was a dusty frontier town with a few Spanish colonial families, some recently arrived Mexicans and a small but growing band of Americans. Still it had been a town and the capital of the ...