Rodeway Inn East
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The day started at 2:38 a.m. for me. That was when I heard Philip get up, and I looked at the clock. The alarm was set to go off at 2:45. I don't know how his internal alarm works, but he never needs a wake-up call. We had to be in the hotel lobby by 3:15 a.m. for the bus ride back to the airport in Naples. Our first flight was at 6:15 a.m. We flew from Naples to Munich, and now we are on the way to Houston as I ...
... br> As the evening progressed, we all sat on the deck yakking as the sun turned the Sandia mountains behind the house a gorgeous watermelon colour. Upon reflection perhaps that's why they are called the Sandia mountains?
In fact we chatted well past the sunset, and it was close to midnight by the time we all crawled off to bed. A long and good day done.
... pieces of chile chocolate. I then walked up and down most of the streets looking at the area, and ended up at the Palace of the Governors. I then walked back to the hotel to meet my parents in the room. We got #428, a suite. The room had a living area and separate bedroom with a small balcony. We then tried to get a drink at the bell tower bar on the 5th fl but it was standing room only so we went back to our room to sit on our own balcony while we waited to go to our ...
... came to us "Well, I'm standing on the corner in Winslow Arizona and such a fine sight to see". The Eagles must have been talking about that girl in the flatbed Ford because there sure aint much else to see. It's another little Route 66 town that I'm sure was a hot spot back in the day, but little happening this morning. Running out of things to talk about, we decide the radio will save us from talking for a bit. Given where we are, we try listening to ...
... of Delicate Arch sat there majestically, in the middle of an otherwise empty stretch of sandstone. In front of the arch, the ground sloped steeply down, and though we couldn't quite see, we assumed the same thing happened behind the arch. Looking around, it was amazing that so many different shades of brown could exist, and that together they were all so beautiful. It was weird how the arch stood alone on the flat open space of ground, tall ...