Hampton Inn & Suites Highland
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... bike. A little incline and had to keep stopping to breathe. Had to be the altitude, right? JD seemed to do fine though...hmmm.. Coming back was easier..did only about 5 miles total. Very, very pretty trail though. Overlooking the lake and snow-capped mountains in the background. We made it back, then loaded up the bikes and drove all the way around the lake. Some very amazing views, homes, rock formations. Stopped at the dam that forms Big Bear Lake for a picture ...
... Then she's riding this horse around the stable for 10min, then they are out executing their plan. Stupid. I really am spending too much time on this movie, but it was just dumb. So, with my urge to kill growing, we finally head out to the beach. Newport Beach to be exact. It takes around an hour to get there, but this place is rich. Lamborghini's and Ferrari's and Maclarens, not to mention all the other countless expensive cars that were around. The expensive houses and ...
... it's called and the teams are locked at 8 all. Matthews team is batting and there's 2 out and a player on 1st base. Next batter, Matthew. The suspense is enormous. If they get Matthew out, the teams swap and, cause it's a draw, there are extra innings. Next run pretty much wins. Tough spot for young Matt. He gets to 2 balls and 2 strikes. So he must hit or he will probably get out. In that time, the player on first has used ball handling errors to steal second and ...
... the boys did. I was a little concerned about what a belly full of oysters would do to me, plus the possibility of being sick. My stomach was groaning all night. I stayed up late again with the kids as they tried to film their own vine video and paranormal activity video. They were making so much noise that dad yelled at them to get to bed at around 2300. I rolled into bed around 1200. Sporadically awaking to reply to ...
... of pumpjacks sucking oil located 500ft below 'em. Compared to the facilities we're used to, this field is an utter mess - pumpjacks facing every which-a-ways, low slack-span powerlines zig-zag all over the place, nothing seems symetrical, pipelines are laid on the ground and the roads look like a BMX track. If they want a road to go "over there," they dump a load of dirt on the pipeline and drive over it. What the....?