Sleep Inn Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... lot faster given the road was so twisty. Part way up to the lake we were passed by a cop with his siren running and about 5 miles past the lake we came upon the reason. Some 20 something guys were sitting on the side of the road. One of them must have been driving a little too fast as one of their fast and furious type cars had slid off the road and ended up about 30 feet down the side of the hill.
A few miles farther along, the paved road ...
... are spacious and beautifully landscaped with native cactus, desert plants and river rocks. The pool, hot tub, laundry, and club house are all exceptional. I guess you get what you pay for. Staying here for a short while won't break the bank, as long as we stay out of the casino and Mike stays away from the golf course! (18 holes for $165.00, thank you very much.)
There is an abundance of wildlife around us. ...
... to the hotel where my high school buddy Paul Lenko and his wife, Cristina, met us to see our new trailer. We gave everyone the tour and visted for a while, then headed to dinner at Si Senor's, a New Mexico style Mexican food place with AMAZING food. After dinner, we headed back to the hotel and fell into bed after a very busy day. Sunday morning found us headed out by 9:00 AM. The pull home was uneventful. Chris and Stephanie left us in ...
... the upper deck. As far as I could tell there was only one set of stairs up to the club and upper levels. The flow was not nearly as good as Angel Stadium. Their promotion for the day was to allow the kids to run the bases after the game. I believe a fee was involved but it went to charity. Some of the kids were allowed to play tee ball and romp in jump houses, not sure why some were allowed and some were not but it was a pretty ...
also known as 3350 inches cubed (i went with the youth size north face terra 55, if you care to know and even if you don't)... neither really mean much to me, but believe me, when you're trying to fit five months worth of stuff into it, i just know i wish there was a little, teeny, tiny bit more room. but i also realize i don't want to break my back and it's true what everyone keeps reminding me -- ...