Motel 6 Glendale
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Glendale
... breakfast items at the grocery store and early to bed. This morning, after breakfast, Doreen and I did a big grocery shop. We have just finished lunch and will soon go looking for one of the places to hike. The condo is very nice and well equipped, both bedrooms with king size beds, very nice. It will be nice and comfortable. We checked out the pool and exercise rooms, also a steam room and ...
... had French (Italian bread) bread for breakfast. Did little things around the house – so many little things that need attention! Later Phil called from the pool and I joined him for the hot tub, that felt great on my hurting back. Later to the CVS for some meds and then home for a moment and off to play 2 games of pool. I lost both of them! Then to the Greeks-but Victor not there as we had been told. Almost left, and should have. Did not like bartender or server ...
... his massive greasy burger!
Google maps said the drive would take about 6 hours from LA; we left about 7.30am and arrived at the Grand Canyon Village at 5.30pm. Lucy was very happy to see snow on the side of the road...we will make some time to stop tomorrow on the way out. Sadly, it was dark when we arrived, so we have yet to see the canyon and missed the sunset. Our hotel is called the El Tovar Lodge, and is reminiscent of a traditional ski lodge complete with open ...
... the scenes were first rate! I would highly recommend it! No pool again tonight- still torn down pool tables. I cooked pork chops, spinach and sweet potatoes for dinner, along with a bit of leftover spaghetti. Good meal. I cut the mitered corners on the strips of wood for the trim on the back door and painted them. If my idea works out ok then I will get the material for the front door. This and several other things were to have been done by Jerry before he became sick and ...
... a future moment of clarity, but even now I am able to notice subtle changes in myself that are a result of the last few months abroad.
Travel does indeed take regular, everyday moments and situations and turn them into intense vignettes that remain with you for the rest of your life. Small, insignificant things that would go unnoticed in the everyday become badges of honor and hitching posts for dreams when traveling. It's these moments that you learn to ...