Rodeway Inn Artesia
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... the deband appreciation gifts as well. Di is working on coming up with a simple photo capture of patients at the final appointment which will be mounted in an attractive keychain and presented to the moms :)
In September, after the Summer push, we will be creating a master calendar to help us navigate the year and plan for monthly activities in advance. Pumpkin pie deliveries will be commencing in October and ...
... no alcohol is served in Disney. Bummer. But Cheryl was glad she finally had the chance to have a meal there. Our waiter was extremely courteous, we must say, but we had a hard time understanding him. But at least he tried.
Mac and Josie were practically falling asleep at dinner, so we hurried through, paid the bill and made our way back to the Grand Californian for our last night.
Tomorrow: Leaving Disney and on to San Juan ...
... Pretty ridiculous
Sleeping and Eating.
Yet another awesome American continental breakfast at the hotel consisting of twinkies and waffles with loads of syrup.
Amazing pizza at the Farmers Market. Just shared a small pizza which was heaps for both of us, and had the most delicious crust we've ever had. Brett also had a doughnut (chocolate) and a massive s'more from the fondue table at the Sweet shop at the Grove. He regrets ...
... loads of people take dogs to do the walk so got to stroke them which made me happy as I miss my fluffy ones. One dog was apparently famous. He was wearing sunglasses so we made a beeline for him. Turns out his name is Sonny and he has his own Instagram account and range of clothing! By the time this was all finished it was dinner time and we were all getting hungry so we stopped at Buffalo Wild Wings where we all had chicken ...
... each day) we finally made it to Flagstaff, the gateway town to the Grand Canyon south rim, and I must say the 60 dollar a night(including breakfast) Travelodge in the highway was a godsend and we all slept like babies that night! The cheap beer and wine at the local store helped! The breakfast the next morning was great, you even had a waffle maker to make your own and fantastic porridge ( sorry Oatmeal US style). Even had the two local truckers ( good ole boys) at the table with ...