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- Continental Breakfast
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... separate layers of flavors. I ordered the Puntas De Filete A La Norteña. This is top sirloin tips sautéed with bacon, jalapeno strips, onions, and fresh tomatoes. Normally, this is served atop the Mole Coloradito. However I asked for and received a split mole dish where ½ was Poblano Mole. Refried beans and corn tortillas complete this much loved dish. Hey, it has Bacon!
Casey selects their Wednesday Special - Enchiladas Suizas which features a Strawberry Mole. ...
... The island was quite barren but had its own lonely beauty. There is a former ranch on the island that is now a museum and we found the history walk very interesting. On the way back, we attempted to do a canyon drive into the local mountains but didn't get too far as the road was not good. An afternoon walk around the town located Washington Square and a dinner of bangers and mash wash enjoyed at O'Malley's ...
... bright and articulate…ABSOLUTELY AMAZING GROUP!!! What a pleasure and what an opportunity!
Then on to the Sundance Patron Circle party to rub shoulders with more directors, producers and supporters of Sundance (and dance to live band)!
Slipping out – we head to the premier of Mistress America, Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig’s new comedy about ...
... by a miraculous influx of seagulls, who ate the crickets. Church history or local legend? In Utah they are often one and the same.
My undergraduate school was loosely connected with the Presbyterians, and two Philosophy of Religion (PR) courses were required for graduation. One of the two courses I took was Comparative Christianity. Mormonism was one of the Christian faiths we studied, and since my college was only a few ...
... at is just across the parking lot from a HUGE outlet mall and I was ready to shop 'til I dropped.
Upon arriving in Ontario, I turned on my phone to see five missed calls, three voicemails, two emails, and one text message from my bank. It turns out that there was a $5 fraudulent charge on my debit card and it had to be cancelled! It was the only card I had brought with me, so how's that for irony!!! Oh well, I enjoyed a 24-hour ...