Rosedale Inn Executive Suite
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... adverts seemed endless, but one particularly caught my eye. It showed the usual terribly good looking 50-60 year olds having simply heaps of fun, before cutting to the product they were selling. 'Pocket catheters.' Hmmmn. Following this, a last minute visit to the loo before we set off left me a little surprised on two counts. Firstly that when I opened the door it was occupied, secondly that it was occupied by not one, but two young ladies. As you do. ...
Thursday, Oct 3 -
We started Part II of our 4th Cross Country trip in the RV with Skip taking us to the airport this morning. We flew into Monterey where Josh and Lilly picked us up. We were greeted with a running hug and shouts of "Gramma, Papa!" from Lilly - nothing better!
Since we arrived after 5:00, we couldn't pick up the RV tonight (it was at the shop getting brake sensor fixed and oil ...
... the fountain show at the Bellagio! Spectacular! (Now, one of my favorite words!) Oh yeah, hit 18,000 steps by the end of the evening. Thanks, Kim, for my Mother's Day Fitbit!
So, headed out of Vegas. Thought we would hit a McDonald's for breakfast. Do you know that there are no McD's for about 120-130 miles outside of Vegas on I-15??? We saw BK, Subway, Taco Bell. Not sure why, but didn't see any. And iExit, Dick's highway app, didn't have ...
... and many others. In the Deep Reef we saw eels and Octopus, along with other fish and animals that live on reefs. There was a section on rock pools and in one tank floating magnifying lenses allowed you to have a really close look at the sea anemones and fish. You could also touch creatures such as star fish and bat rays in the shallow touch pool. The aquarium gets all its water from Monterey Bay which it uses for fish that need ...
... is world famous and rightly so. Imagine a clear sheet of acrylic 80ft by 20ft holding back an awful lot of water. Scary it is but the view of the marine life is wonderful.
The acrylic sheet was made by Mitsubishi, it is 13 inches thick and the manufacturing process is a state secret! The magnifying effect is only 9% so the fish all look a little larger than they actually are. The jellyfish exhibit was particularly good.
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