Rodeway Inn and Suites
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... a bit of chicken or some chips) and out. He also had a couple of female admirers (same/similar age) who he had been playing with; every time Cameron came in to grab a drink or some food, they were there at the door with a smile for Cameron. He told me that one of the girls was called Sophie and mentioned that she called him name other than Cameron..."Plank"?!? Erm, best to leave her alone pal.
The rest of our time in Santa Fe focused on the museums and galleries. ...
... sides and
valleys. From the top the view was unbelievably beautiful, and being a clear day we could see a fantastic distance, even though it was cold we stood there transfixed by the beauty. After returning to the depot we drove throughthe quant town of Manitou Springs, which is a thriving community of stores and restaurants. We then returned to thecamper. This was definitely a day to remember.
... the sea so much. Their moods and changes are so evident and even subtle moments stand out with clarity. The way the clouds play over the landscape and merge at the horizon like a canvas perfectly sewn together. There aren’t buildings or man made **** obstructing the gentle blending of what is alive in the earth. I am sad to be leaving the mountains as I always am. To go back to a world where the landscape is all cluttered with ...
This is the last post for the Great European Adventure of 2012. It is hard to believe the trip is over since I can still vividly remember the first time I mentioned a trip to Mother and Dad last fall. Time flies!
We started the day with complimentary breakfast at the hotel (how many times have I said that) and then drove the short distance to the airport. We had a little hiccup trying to find the location for the rental car return but after ...
... in the car to pass the time away. We arrived at our hotel at around 8:00 (Mountain time), after having spent a total of about 20 hours in the car over the past two days and 6 more hours at rest stops, gas stops and eating stops. We've traveled 1165 miles.
Oh and by the way, it's Leah's birthday and we now have 3 teenagers in the family! So tonight we headed out for pizza (her choice) at the Old Chicago pizza place before calling it a night.