Hampton Inn & Suites Banning-Beaumont
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... What a coincidence!" My Nector is almost gone. Must be time to go home and plan our next adventure. P.s. Patti signed us up to ballroom dance classes back in PR. Hope I can wear shorts and flip flops. We missed the first class while we were in California. Too bad. PPs. Lynn, pleased to report no earthquakes today although there were a couple tsunami comments when I jumped in the ...
... I just can't imagine tar pits in downtown LA...but they were there! I have many pictures, but have chosen just a couple.
It was a quiet trip into town but when we headed out about noon, it was getting pretty bad. Poor Richard didn't take his medicine so he wouldn't get sleepy and he was feeling pretty tough. The cough is hit & miss now. I hope he ...
... enjoyed it. Mike loved his Malibu Steak and Chicken. During the meal the waiters came out and sang a birthday song too a girl at the next table. This is something we have seen quite a bit. What is interesting is that they don't sing THE Happy Birthday song but their own version because the descendants of the lady who wrote the song claim copyright and are charging businesses to use the song.
After dinner the girl and her siblings came up ...
... br> After all this excitement the only way I could top things off was to do my laundry – yes it is never ending.
By the numbers
Miles/KM run: 34/56
Miles/KM Hiked: 96/156
Miles/KM cycled: 190/305
Parks Visited: 7 (or maybe 8) Mt San Jacinto State Park (but the hike started in San Bernardino National Forest – which may count?!) On the subject of San Bernardino I thought of Grease when I drove into the ...
Kim, Lily and I drove to Banning to go see my Mom and her husband, Richard. We set out from San Diego and our first stop was in Carlsbad to see the Renunculus fields. It reminded us of a small version of the tulip fields in The Netherlands. As we drove closer and closer to Banning the warmer it got. Even Lily, who loves the heat, was panting and looking warm. We arrived at my Moms to a warm ...