Red Roof Inn - Midtown
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- Hot tub
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Vegas when you have a bag of crisps?
After finishing the bag I still had another four hours to wait. We decided to have a wander around the small town of San Bernardino in order to seek food, and found ourselves sitting in a strange and deserted fast food restaurant. Despite the warm weather and the impressive hills beyond the city, it was somewhat of a ghost town. Very few people walked the streets and the only folk we came across were an alcohol anonymous group ...
... Listening to the musical quality of the Italian language
· Private driver who took us to Herculaneum, Vesuvius, and Pompeii
· The gorgeous color of the water in the Blue Grotto
· Friendliness and eagerness to help of the local guides and Galactic people
· The TV station paid for most everything
· Hitting over ten thousand steps a day on the Fitbit without even trying very ...
We were up fairly early the next day, reluctantly on my part, to catch the "Rail runner" train to Santa Fe.
Santa Fe is the capital of New Mexico and one of its oldest towns. It is about an hour by train from Albuquerque, an easy jump for about $10.
On the way, our hosts, Mr and Mrs Asher filled us in on the various pueblos we were passing along the way. Being the morning person that I am, I promptly fell asleep for most of the trip, except for the ...
... I am unsure how much she bought, but it's measured in tens of pounds. We marvel at an amazing selection of different meats.....it's a real butcher shop and they know how to cut that stuff up! They had everything from steak to chicken's feet and beef feet. It is meat paradise.....and a vegan's nightmare. Maybe that's why I loved it so much.
We move from El Mezquite to Pro's Ranch Market, possibly my favorite grocery store on the planet. It is ...
... of us.
As one pilot approached the guide (called a zebra because of their black & white attire) directed the pilot “take it over the black truck and we’ll walk you in from there.”
The pilot responded, “I don’t want to land by the truck, take me to the other (inflated) balloon. He’ll act as my pillow.”
Enjoy the pictures but no pictures or words can replace the experience.