Highland Estates Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... expensive than Las Vegas golf.
We are playing 4 courses while we are here, starting with Coyote Springs which we played Tuesday. This is a newer course designed by Jack Nicklaus that Mike wanted to play, so off we went:
It was a completly desolate drive passing near an Indian Reservation with nothing but
flat desert terrain as far as you could ...
... watch what I wished for...well it was HOT today! Rode thru the high desert of California stopped at a dealer enroute somewhere, Victorville right off rt 66 (honeslty don't know where we were) :) We rode across the Hoover Dam and back and then rode across the new highway bypass they built across it (you cannot see the dam from it). We visited and toured the inside of the dam back ...
... 2" class="reference"> In the mid-1990s, more casinos opened. By 2006, Mesquite was one of the fastest-growing small towns in the United States, though the late-2000s recession led to the closure of both the Mesquite Star and ...
... still has so many more beautiful sights that you can look past the negative to see the beauty it offers. Is it a place we would move to full time? Probably not; but we would consider spending several months on the island. One thing we did find in Belize is that the people are so friendly. No matter where we walked, we were always greeted by whomever we passed along the way, even the children. When we arrived back in the States, people would look right ...
... town called Springdale Utah. We spotted Wildcat Willies Ranch Grill and Saloon and had to call in for the name alone. It was very well set up and had wild west cartoon characters carved in timber spread throughout the place (Yosemite Sam, Wily E Coyote, Roadrunner etc). The softdrinks come in a big old jar (I should have had a beer to see if that comes in a jar too). I was expecting to be disappointed with the food but the burger was fantastic, ...