Rodeway Inn Fallbrook
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There are few things that can lift the spirits of a motorcyclist like a great morning ride and Palomar mountain had just what the doctor ordered. The S6 and S7 were as advertised, tight twisties and switchbacks galore on S6 and fast twisties and sweepers on S7. For two glorious hours I put my newly serviced bike with it's many new parts to the test …
... store was our next stop to replenish. Then on to the Tru-Value for some spray paint. Mac chose metallic orange; Josie chose gold.
Back at the house, we started getting things packed and organized for our journey back home.
Tomorrow: Heading home.
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... the Urban Jungle, the Outback, Elephant Odyssey and Africa Rocks. We saw rhinos, koalas, wombats, kangaroos, elephants, lions (a male and female sleeping next to each other – very cool), some condors (look like vultures to us), camels, eagles, leopards, zebras, jaguar, a snow leopard—even a python. Josie was delighted to see all of these amazing creatures.
It was getting late and we had seen everything – time to go. We made a ...
... Cheryl driving now as Mark was exhausted. Simple drive, just head south on I-5, about 34 miles away. The drive was easy, not too much traffic and Siri got us to our new home (for the next week) without any difficulty.
Mark did well again. Nice home on a cul-de-sac, modern, clean, private with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, washer/dryer, nice new kitchen, comfortable living room and family room, in-kitchen dining area, pool, hot tub, ...
... We are escorted down stairways and hallways that are not familiar...as each ship is a little different. Somehow we make it down to the deck 4 that is named the M -1 (after the busy Main Street in London). There we waited for the "YAC"- the Youth Activities Manager- our new boss for the cruise. After she arrived we were escorted down to pick up our uniforms from the dry cleaning department that is on deck 2. Then we were taken to our cabins ...