Hotel Highland at Biltmore
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Arrived in Phoenix. DH picked me up (he had driven to Phoenix from home. The conference, and our hotel room was at the Biltmore Hotel. It was hotter than blazes.
... Mikaela, Isabella & Ramona there. It was nice to have a chance to have lunch with them again. Our kids were acting up so the activity of playing in a water pad was in doubt but eventually both kids ate enough food & stopped being so stinky. Mikaela ended up taking Isabella home so she could nap which was a bummer but understandable. Ramona ended up heading to Kat & Dan's after lunch since she was going to spend some time at their ...
... shapes of the plants. Similar to the Chilhuly Gardens and Glass exhibit in Seattle's City Center, it was very well curated and worth the price of admission (which was $22 for adults).
The gardens are set in a hilly area and surrounded by red desert rock. Including all the varieties of cactus, plants and animals native to the Sonora desert, there are also exhibits showing structures of the native peoples' of the Sonora, such ...
... blocking the main road between Corozal and Cancun, so the bus may have to take another route which would take longer. Okay. We could work with that since our flight wasn't until 11:30 am. Before I continue telling about our adventure, I want to preface it with some information. While we are used to paying for almost everything in the US by credit card, in most parts of Belize and Mexico they won't accept credit cards. You have to pay by cash. So, ...
... Yosemite falls and a boy fell off one of the rocks he was fine but wet.whe n we got to the hotel we went swimming and there was a very rude boy who told my dad he sucked. New day!!!!!! Today we also have a six hour drive.✈ ✔ We are going to Redwood forest. Today we went to a buffet for breakfast. I got ...
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