Wyndham Garden Phoenix Midtown
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... so we headed to that RV park. It looked very nice as we drove in, with great landscaping and black-topped roads. We parked in the space marked for RV registration. There was a sign in front of the RV that said no pets were allowed past that point.
While Bob went into the office I walked Nibs around behind the RV and into some of the side streets. After a few minutes ...
We had the morning in Baltimore so we visited the National Aquarium, huge.
The others went for look over a sub while I went to 27th floor of world trade centre to the observation deck amazing look out over the bay, port and city of Baltimore. I had fun taking panorama photos of Baltimore inner and outer harbour. So very pretty.
Also has a lot of memorials to 9/11 as a lot ...
... building, known as "The White Dove of the Desert" is a blend of Baroque, Moorish and Byzantine architecture. Its construction began in 1783 and finished 14 years later.
It was Sunday and Mass was being celebrated when we arrived, but I had an opportunity to go inside briefly after Mass concluded. I strolled around the grounds admiring the cacti and then went to the gift shop and purchased an Arizona pin for my collection.
To day was the next leg of our road trip, 355 miles (570 Kilometres). After a little hiccup with getting the correct road out of San Diego, we were soon on our way driving east, over the Jacumba Mountains, an amazing sight, very few trees but lots of rocks, and boulders.
The road was a little bumpy, after nearly 100 miles, we pulled into a Service Station Casino complex, filled ...
... We also booked day trips with Yebo Tours from Masindi to Murchison National Park and with Kaberole out of Fort Portal to Kibale National Forest and environs. Both companies provided very good service and they helped to make the overall trip a super experience.
Hot Water and Electricity:
Electricity is expensive and is often not 'on' until 6 or 7 pm and IF there is a water heater it takes a good 20-30 minutes ...