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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... her tea to something more palatable for her that is to support her kidneys, one of the 3 organs involved in BP regulation. She will be staying another week because she is still actively detoxing & she wants to get the BP under control. I told him I was leaving the therapy on Saturday, as scheduled, but that I would be coming to the retreat to support Nancy. I am not going to stay there or eat there. There's an ...
... letters painted into the mountainside] in the distance. The history of the use of the surrounding Marsh Trails over the years was very interesting.
After our experience attempting to travel up the mountaintop to Oatman previously and with advice from other locals, we decided not to attempt Jerome in the RV. [Sorry, brother Jerry].... Instead we spent a lovely day in Historic Old ...
... complained and after quite some time the manager brought another plate but by then I'd had half his steak but he did agree they should not have been served and so didn't charge. Then we stopped at a small bar and played some pool - the owner, Ian, was a really nice guy originally from Oregon and was telling us all about his Dutch family he still goes to see in Amsterdam. Back to the hotel and I could swear the people upstairs were in the room with us, doesn't bode well for ...
... I liked bellagio the best but the Luxor was cool, too. It was a pyramid with a beacon of light shining straight up into the sky. We went down town to see the laser light show but there must have been a million people there for some Latino concert. It was packed and couldn't hardly move so we went back to the motel. Las Vegas and the Hoover Dam were pretty awesome. Papaw lost his favorite sunglasses in the bin at security going in to Hoover dam. He was really ...
... but having done it we were happy we did. I know we have some much bigger mountains ahead on this trip, and it gave us some confidence to get this one under our belts.
Still, we got to the Flagstaff KOA feeling like we hadn't really experienced the Sedona that everyone kept telling us about. We pulled into camp past dinner time tired, hungry and unprepared since a 2 hour drive turned into 6 hours. It didn't help that I spilled milk all over ...