Sugar Loaf Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the gentleman cleaning the pool. We asked the ladies that were swimming. We asked 3 deli workers at the grocery store. And I believe we were successful in our venture.
We enjoyed our tamales and had a margarita in order to partake in national tequila day. Because why not? From there we were able to see the sun set over the red rocks, then back to the hotel for the night. It was a wonderfully lazy ...
... West Virginia and finally Maryland before finally arriving at our destination in Washington DC on schedule at 1.15pm. Along the way, in West Virginia, we passed Harper's Ferry, scene of the famous battle between the Unionists and Confederates during the Civil War. And during the final day of our great train journey, we spent much of our time talking with Dave and Angela, our new found fellow countrymen from Perth, who were in the States for ...
... course stunning. We could worry about the presentation the following morning after a dip in the jacuzzi and a good nights sleep in the king size bed. The following morning having donned our finest garments we hid our backpacks in our vehicle and walked wealthily over to the presentation room in our flip flops. We had a tour around the grounds on a golf buggy before the *********** one sale began. Obviously we couldn't tell the sales person ...
... tomorrow will be another low key travel day. We plan to go to Four Corners Monument on the way. The kids had some time tonight for campground fun. Chris rented a little bike ( not sure what it's called ) and Tom ran along side. Hysterical to watch. Then they went to the clubhouse to play pool and vids. It's good to have these slow days for kids to be kids. They'll get that tomorrow night too. Did my last laundry tonight. I was going to wait ...
... which necessitated my using 1st gear to traverse back. We finally found the nearest parking lot and got changed to walk to the falls. After what seemed like 30 minutes, we happened upon the falls and the smallish swimming hole at the base. Only 3-4 feet deep, the water was very cooling on this again, 103 degree day. We were all so excited to have found it. It was a great relief and while we were there, another group of three folks happened upon it, too. We drove back into ...