Hotel Las Palmas
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... was when Santa was on a bull and you got to control the bull. There was everything there. Even the Statue of Liberty and the boats you could control! There were pyramids,sphinx and real cacti plants. That was cool. There was a White House and the little white chapel where people got married and guess what? It was interactive! ...
... a best friend who was a dog! The cheetah's name was Shily. The dog ran the track in 10 seconds. Shily ran it in 5 seconds. She was really fast! Our last adventure at the park was doing the ropes course! Sean and Derek went ahead and flew through all three courses. Darby and Mommy went a little slower but finished all three courses! Darby got stuck up on a stand up zip line but fortunately Derek was there to save her by pulling down the rope (after daddy lifted him up). Mommy ...
... postcards and fridge magnets. They also have some really nice places to eat if you want Italian or Japanese or to a nice steakhouse and they are open for Lunch and Dinner and after work drinks with happy hour specials!
To Go out for Dinner – Some many different places to eat out they have Mexican – Italian – Steakhouse we went to this one Steakhouse where we had these 2 for 1 Burgers and it was so delicious! They had sweet potatoe gems that came as a ...
... to Wet Willies for insane cocktail slushies, a chicken ranch wrap, and (surprise surprise) a salad. After a quick stop off at the Ralph’s down the road (for Con supplies), Kelsey and I made it back to the hostel. The two guys in our room were awesome, and after talking for a while they gave Kelsey a t-shirt (advertising their podcast). At 930PM, we decided not to risk the craziness of Dr Who fans, and went to camp out in the Hall H line. We weren’t expecting it to be so ...
... that he drove down to San Felipe, Mexico to pick us up and transport us to Palm Springs at the end of July as well as drove us back down to the boat a few days ago. Muchas gracias, senor!
After squeezing items in every conceivable nook and cranny of Brad’s jeep ( I believe what we accomplished is called a blivid according to www.urbandictionary.com), we headed off to the small border crossing at Algodones. There was absolutely no ...