Hampton Inn Prescott
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I always allow him to run out the length of the dirt driveway for a bit of freedom and his first pee, and then attach him to the leash. He loves the run, and succumbs to the inevitable at the end of the drive. We are a common sight in the neighborhood. 10 pounds of adorableness attached by a long tether to a grey haired granny impersonating a homeless vagabond (I dress funny).
Off we go, heading up Copper ...
... there and talked about my struggle (the exhaustion of it) and my rewards (the ride into the Grand Canyon). The folks started asking me questions (Q: Would I do B&B again? A: I wouldn't. This summer has been everything I could have hoped for and more. It's been very nearly perfect for me... the people, the places, the building, the singing, the hills, the sunsets, the 4:30am wake ups, the friendships, the laughter, the tune-ups, the endless coffee cups, the tears. I wouldn't ...
... a nice sitting room, bedroom and bathroom with both tub and shower. There are two tvs, free internet, cushy bathrobes and everything we need to be comfortable. We weren’t really hungry, or overly tired for some reason, so we went out for a short walk to see some of the city. We walked about 4 blocks to the "Bund" which in Abu Dhabi we would have called, “the Corniche” and in Atlantic City, the Boardwalk. ...
... 8221; or “good way,” which has become the name of the
pilgrim’s road, “The Way” (and where the name of the movie came from.)
That's it for the history.
My Story: I first heard of the Camino during Christmas 2013. I was at
Riverside, CA, visiting my family and met a lady one morning who was house
sitting for one of my parents’ neighbors and was out walking their two little
dogs. I ...
... along Route 66. Driving mainly on I-40, we could see what remained of the Arizona Route 66 and although most of it was under I-40, some of it remained in short sections of dirt track and tarmac, with one or two wash bridges standing out as a monument to the old road. We came off the Interstate to stand on the corner in Winslow, Arizona, see the deserted service station at Twin Arrows and drive through Winona.
We had our road trip CD on loud again (it would be on ...