Los Patios Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... horse-racing capital of the World. Ken work's at the Totalizator at Keeneland – a beautiful racecourse where the annual sales held, are
the worlds largest and most prestigious Thoroughbred auctions. A quaint Kentucky County with a love of Bourbon – I counted 19 distilleries in the State of Kentucky.
We thought a quiet day – nice drive in the countryside and see where it takes us.Unbeknown to me, Garry ...
... br> The days are idyllic, the company sublime, the wine plentiful, the sun uninterrupted, the view breathtaking. The nights offer a pitch black sky hosting thousands upon thousands of visible pinpoints of starlight to draw the eye and stimulate the imagination. The moon lights our path. Marilee has given us a gift of immeasurable value asking nothing in return save our presence at her side.
Debbie has been joined by Gerry. Hal and ...
... at my new table (lots of fun) was sublime. I have, this night, much to be thankful for.
It was well after midnight when I finally returned to Cabin 2600. Our scheduled arrival into Cabo San Lucas is not until 11:00am and, for that on this Thanksgiving, I am truly thankful.
I am not thankful that the first tender off the ship is not available until 12:15 and the last tender back to Legend is at 5:30pm. It takes a while to even get on ...
Pulled in to Coronado, San Diego for an extended visit. I was really looking forward to it. First night saw me, Rab, Dale, Stan, Martin, Tudor, Stevie Tease and Ains go to Phil's Barbecue for tea. Had to queue for a while but it was worth it. I had a full beef rib dinner. We then found a sports bar called the Tilted Kilt right next to the San Diego Padres' Stadium. There happened to be a game on that night so we saw the stadium all lit up and soaked up some of the atmosphere. We went in ...
... impressive structures. I actually stepped into one to check out the bar seen on the beach. It was obvious to me that there are a lot of people living "Large" and I am apparently not one of them. But I played the part and blended into the scene. The last thing I needed was to get kicked out for not belonging. After grabbing a free drink at the bar I head back out to the beach to continue my death-march to Cabo. As I got closer to the marina the ...