Rodeway Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... In return, Wine Country Trattoria gave us a pass to a VIP World Of Colour viewing platform. So close we got wet. And so full we didn't eat dinner until we got home at about a quarter to 10. The weather has been so hot. It feels like stinking hot summer weather. We've been spraying water on ourselves to cool down it's so hot. Other eventful developments - * Whilst eating our first lunch there was a band playing with a singer with a Jamaican ...
... 8220;Rock of Ages.” My mouth drops. Her voice is deep, rich, and mature.
“OOOOW!” I cry, stand, and applaud with the rest of the audience during her last long-held note.
The choir sings two more rocking songs, and then a hush falls over the audience. Black Mama’s son steps forward, and stares at his feet. He is ~5’10” and slender, with short cropped black hair. There is a long silence. ...
... s Icecream before heading for Dodger Stadium. We didn't have tickets but decided to chance it, we got seats in the nose-bleeds but it great actually because you could see the whole field. Really close game verses the LA Angels but Dodgers bought home the winning run bottom of the ninth! Really amazing experience, something off Laurie's bucket ...
... San Francisco we were delighted to find another CF restaurant and this time David and Kate couldn't resist the cheesecake but they bought takeaways, put them in the fridge at the hotel and had them for breakfast! It had to be done so the next day we went to Disneyland - who says it's only for kids?! It was only an hour in the car from where we were staying - a far cry from the 6 hours it took David ...
... the Best local Cajun shrimp and rice I have tasted for dinner that night, at the recommendation of our driver believe it or not, at an Irish Pub! I asked the driver why they use Muels rather than horses, and he said its because they are hardier and won't overwork themselves, particularly in the heat of New Orleans. He said a Muel will simply stop and not go any further when he's worked too hard, and that's a good thing. Must say we relied on Subway for many nights on our trip, ...