La Quinta Inn San Antonio Vance Jackson
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... Hi Ho Hi Ho to Del Amo we go, thru the arid, semi-industrial wastelands of Carson City, passing no one and seeing, hearing and smelling only a continual clot of traffic coagulating on the hard, grey arteries around us. Some point on Santa Fe Avenue an Hispanic family were having a garage sale; a short, tattooed Chinese girl passed silently by as we walked beneath Highway 405; a Mexican lady appeared ahead of us in work clothes, obliviously gabbling into her mobile ...
... ranging discussions during our evening at the Riggott’s home. I didn’t really know Keith, Wendy and Cheyenne, but was reminded of probably being introduced years ago at Calvary Chapel, Fort Lauderdale. Wendy’s sister, Heather is Isabelle’s close friend, Gabby’s mom (from school and dance). So Izze’s friend’s mom’s sister’s family opened their home to us – relative strangers really. Given that ...
... worth more than our house. Cool though, we can watch their tv from our window (it flips outside, and in aspect is still larger than the one in our trailer). It's pretty bright and clear. We put sunscreen on the kids just in case. Other than Johnny pooping in the pool, all is well. Barret, Jenn and "The Crew" P.S. We have a kick ass video, but it won't upload properly. If anyone knows how to upload to the iPad from your camera let us ...
Here we go again! For the last 5 years or so, Richard and I have taken turns choosing a destination for our summer location. This year was his choice and he wanted to go to Ireland. In researching this trip I decided to widen our itinerary to Great Britain (we'll visit England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland) and Ireland. The first half of the trip we'll sightsee via train and the second half we're boarding the Ruby Princess to take us to Scotland and ...
... stop of the day is the Alamo. We didn’t know what to expect; which was probably a good thing. The Alamo is full of history—but we are not familiar with any of it, so we are always anxious to learn new things. There is essentially a fort area with several main buildings. The gift shop is the largest building. The shrine is the primary destination building of the Alamo. This building is basically empty and has a few small ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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