Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Albuquerque North I-25
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... and were offered a new Red Chevy Camaro or a smaller SUV. Naturally I opted for the red sporty job, duly signed all the papers and gave the keys to Margaret to follow me.
That's when the fun started. I had to leave the dealership, make a left hand turn onto a road where you weren’t allowed to park and then take the second street on the right to get back onto Interstate 40 West. Margaret had to get into the sporty ...
... for a bottle of water attached with Velcro to the lower part of the seat beside where your leg sits. That was a nice touch. The first flight left and arrived about thirty minutes late, but did not present a problem for us as I allowed for three-hour layovers in both Chicago and Denver.
Since we did not have to check luggage coming home, we were able to make a quick exit from ...
... in between breaths 'she knows, she knows'. What I don't understand is if you agree to have your house included as a main location for a TV show, how can you be that annoyed when people stop by and take pictures? We were only able to get one from behind a bush, in the van. Upsetting to say the least! We made our way to our couch surfer's abode. His name was Kevin and lived in a flat complex in Albuquerque. I was disappointed to find that the impressive moustache that was in ...
... my parents each had club sandwiches. We all had chipendippity pie (tollhouse) for dessert. The town of Yuma was pretty populated; they had just about every chain restaurant known to man.
We continued our drive to San Diego, through agricultural areas, sand dunes and border checks.
Upon arrival in San Diego we checked in the Homewood Suites Liberty Station. We had a 2 bedroom suite. The hotel had a nice setting along a walkway along the water. You could walk for ...
... station (it's that or Christian radio- tough choices). That's where the name of today's posting came from- that was truly the name of the song- now that's country. Thankfully after that we find a rock/pop station. Now, I know I'm no Beyonce or Mariah, nor do I claim to be, but in his own subtle way, Randy has let that be known. Not with words, but as I would start singing, magically the volume of the radio would increase. I'm sure it's a ...