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... turkey, bacon, lettuce tomato and onion for a measly $6.00. A hamburger for $5.50 (although the hamburgers over here do not have beetroot). Still great value.
There is entertainment every afternoon by the pool, little groups which perform mainly country music but very good to sit back and relax to.
There is a shopping centre just five or six minutes away, and one of those shops is a Baskin Robbins, ...
... gate, and probably boarded just in time. Unfortunately, we were on a CRJ700 series jet. That is a smaller regional jet. There is not room in the cabin for standard sized carry-on bags. One's carry-on is taken as the boarding begins; the bags are placed in the baggage hold, and then reunited with the owner at the arrival point. Unfortunately, the reuniting takes several minutes while one loiters in the jet-way.
... amazing the control they have. They actually land us on a road. It is what Jack would call a controlled crash - little rough with 4 "burly" men making sure the basket lands and doesn't get blown by the wind.
We are now in Phoenix with some friends and will enjoy the area until we fly back home. Enjoy the pictures. ...
... 8230;. We loved to walk around and discover the old rusty trains… check out all the old and rusty metal pieces from the good old times. It was nice walking up the ‘Main road’ and see the bordello, the saloon, jail, the church, discover the old cemetery, see the crooked old buildings – check out the old outhouse – opps someone there before me, so we have to share, and find the remnants of the old gold mines – but no gold ...
... town of Jerome, way up on top of a mountain (Mile High - 5280 feet). Jerome has a really interesting history - founded by mining company, who mined copper and other metals there until 1953. At the turn of the century, Jerome was called "The Wildest Town in America" by Eastern newspapers. There are still a lot of bars and restaurants, now geared towards tourists. Apparently, all ...