Rodeway Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TripAdvisor Reviews Rodeway Inn & Suites Colton
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... wonderfully feisty and will not play games with you. All the guys are amazing here as well even though there are only seven of us out of 32 girls. I could go through everyone on here but I want to go to bed so there's that.
This is where I belong. I know that I could go on and do other things, but I know that this is home.
Until tomorrow or maybe next week haha
... was bringing it with him. We met him and Mary and had dinner and a long chin wag.
Al had just recently returned from his trip to Japan where he visited Jessica, Tomo and their family. Al and Karen had raised Jessica from a baby. He couldn't keep the smile from his face as he recounted the great time he had over there.
A noticeable feature of the drive as we passed through Phoenix was the design and landscaping of ...
... wasteland where it was baking oven hot. As we surveyed the vast emptiness surrounding us, I came to understand that the U.S. Bureau of Land Management marks and manages the largest network of Off Highway Vehicles (OHV) trails anywhere here. There are over 1,500 miles of OHV trails in the area! Just look around at the vast expanse of desert and brown hills and nothing, and I mean, nothing else – except OHV trails.
But enough about ...
... and could have possibly endured a terrible defeat, had the President not authorized military equipment and supplies. The DOD had proposed sending 3 C-5A military transport planes. The President asked why only 3? and inquired as to how many we had available. Kissinger found out and told him 25. Nixon said "Use every one we have. Tell them to send everything that can fly." The size of this operation exceeded even that of the Berlin airlift of ...
... it quickly became very hot and stuffy inside the parked car because we couldn't have the window open and didn't want to leave the car running. People were walking around and we asked them what they knew but by no one really knew anything. Finally, a fellow from the pickup truck right behind me stopped and told us the bad news -- we would probably be there 4-6 hours because the overpass just ahead was completely flooded and with no end of the rain ...