El Rancho Motel
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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... were all great suggestions!)-all we had to do was play chauffeur. We promise to be more organised (and we now have a bed or two also) for our next wave of Californian sun seeking tourists!!!
At 34 weeks pregnant we then went into gear up for baby mode; internet research and shopping never got such a work out! Rich built the cot, Kate painted the change table (blue, even though she is convinced she is having a girl!), we ...
We had a 0700 start out of Blythe to beat the heat. Rode south for 35 miles (56 kms) before we hit a roadblock mounted by the US Border Patrol. There had been some flash flooding & there was water on the road. The Border patrolman told us the roadblock was just because of water on the road. We were a little suspicious of his story after the 3rd helicopter landed just out of sight further ...
... was long and leisurely, almost 2 ½ hours, a bit too long. By the time we returned, the kids were asleep in bed, to our amazement. Normally, Mark and Cheryl fall asleep first. This may be the earliest the kids have gone to bed on the trip.
A special shout out to the the Hoyne's who were married at the Del. I'm sure your wedding here was amazing. We miss you guys!
Tomorrow: More pool or beach time at the Del. Hopefully, we’ll see that San Diego ...
... to take any chances of getting cold, especially if I hang out that region for while as it chills off toward end of the year. A Spanish girl I work with here Irmaya is from San Sebastián, a pretty nice place I've heard in Northern Spain. She mentioned that she could hook me a job at a surf camp if I wanted to live there for a bit. Maybe next year for European summer, always good to have options right. We have a full house in my room now. Sam, frank, Myles and myself. ...
... in the shadows so I was struggling to get pics! From there we ventured up through the Monkey Trail and hung out with the Orangutans for ages, one of them was interacting with a bunch of kids, pulling faces and poking her tongue out. We went on to check out some of the little capuchin monkeys running about their enclosure. The two gorillas were chasing each other about their enclosure, we found out that these two were brothers, at one point they both ran into the glass right in front ...