Homewood Suites Yuma
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Smoking rooms available
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... directly but there was still no connection. It took a few tries to get a good phone connection and I got to speak to a computer that gave me instructions. After following all the instructions the computer decided to reauthorize the modem and instructed me to reboot it. That done the computer told me the call was over and hung up. I had five devices lined up on the table to see if I could get everything working. Everything looked good and Dan’s Mac was now online but not my ...
... water, of course)... And I’m sure you’ve seen that there are hundreds of shapes!
Two people hold open the end of the balloon that’s attached to the basket and a 3 ft diameter gas-run propeller is placed in the throat of the balloon; the balloon is inflated with air... this air can inflate the balloon ...
... as I slowly get myself organised. The house is quiet by the time I'm ready to go. My goodbyes already delivered to the kids. I leave at 10am on the spot, and my trip begins. I depart Corona and there's nothing too exciting about that, it all seems a little routine now. But once I get away from the traffic and onto the open road, I feel the freedom of the road, and appreciate the beauty of the Californian desert. There was just too much there ...
... DVD together in the trailer while the guys were watching sports in the house.
Marine Corps Air Station Yuma is located 2 miles outside the city of Yuma, and is home to Harrier II's and F35B fighter jets (image is from Google). Roger tells me they're the ones that can take off from standing. The F35's can launch air-to-air missiles while flying forward, and they will turn around and seek out the enemy fighter plane ...
... we parted company with our camping buddies and headed to Yuma for what will become known as the "teeth caper"! We checked into Westside RV, a fancy-dancy park, to meet up with friends Jim and Cass and also to be within striking range of Los Algodonas. Because we had been lost (yep! Garmin does it again!) trying to find the RV park, we had to dash like crazy to get to a dinner date ...