The Anza Hotel
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... good and the chocolate ice cream was delish but they melted the marshmallow so it was super sweet. We bump into Dr Jim and his wife Sherry as they were on their date night. So sweet.
Chikki and Falu have welcomed us so warmly into their home and have gone out of their way to help us out with my tummy problems and getting ready for our trip. We will miss their energy and smiles.
Next stop: Paresh and Pravina's home.
... the years. The above ground burials are essential, as if placed in the ground the bodies would eventually float along the water table into the Mississippi River. From our Holiday Inn hotel, we caught one of the classic trams up Canal St into New Orleans, French Quarter. We took in a spot of wonderful shopping in Royal St in the French Quarter( a must do Terri, and best allocate a few hours and drop Pete off at Bourbon St on the way). We wandered down Bourbon St to take in the range ...
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... to take them to hollywood as its just down the road well at least i thought it was!!! So this is where it all goes a little out of control we arrive at Hollywood Blvd traffic out of control, driving a rental car no sat nav and we need to catch a flight in 4 hours enough time? No, not when you get lost on the LA freeways after 2 1/2 hours of stress we finally made it to the airport, pretty much 2 hours of the most stessfull driving ever encoutered by all of ...
... Grafton. I remember canoeing it many years ago. Then the weather set in, and so did the turbulence. The little ERJ (Regional Jet) shakes pretty violently in severe turbulence.
We landed in DFW pretty much on time 9:05 am. But I only had 40 minutes before my flight to Austin. That shuttle train seemed to take forever to get from B-23 to C-39. You wouldn't think so, but it had to take the whole circular route to get to C-39. I boarded ...