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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
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... brought very bright and vibrant colours to the region.We spent all day walking around all the unique little shops. (much to David's enjoyment) We ate lunch at "Fiesta De Reyes" Mexican Restaurant, sitting outside in the courtyard. The town was decorated for the "Day of the Dead" November 1st, lots of decorative Skeletons. Purchased a few little souvenirs ..... David at last got a skull he liked. Headed back to our hotel room exhausted, time to ...
... in this blog but being able to go back and look at it will most definitely remind us of all the great times that we had while on the road.
One last random thought...we have the Click it or Ticket over head signs on the freeway, we saw the best one in AZ, Drive Hammered Get Nailed. Be safe on your journeys and be thankful for the place you call home. I hope you all enjoyed reading about our trip as much as we enjoyed writing about it. ...
Thursday in San Diego. Both of us slept in and we didn't get moving till close to lunch time - I think jet lag and disappointment and frustration re Turkey zapped all our energy. Yesterday we were too tired to do much when we arrived so had thought we would squeeze a lot in today - but not to be. The first thing we did was track down a SIM card for Rob's IPad - he finds it frustrating when he can't access the net. ...
... provides a great respect for their power and intelligence, the ethics of keeping these natural hunters for entertainment remain questionable for me. Of course, some are rescued from injury, or certain death in the wild, or are bred in captivity, and researchers can certainly learn much from these animals. I can't help but think, though, looking at their bent dorsal fins, that they'd be better off out there roaming the oceans, wild and free... but ...
... our turn. As Erika was about to jump in she spotted a giant wave approaching and crumbled under the pressure. She decided to retreat but it was too late, she was already slipping in. She spun 180 degrees, landed on her butt, and bounced backwards into the water. Terrified, she swam like mad to get out of the way of the wave. Amanda was not so lucky. The wave that Erika narrowly avoided slammed into Amanda before she had even reached the edge of the rock. The wave knocked ...