Residence Inn Phoenix
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... anything to look around the town either, you just pay out for the things you want to do or see so that’s cool.
They have a zip line as well, which isn’t really a proper zip line as you sit in a chair and are mechanically hauled to the top then let go to zoom back down. Still, it was high enough up that we got a good view of the area, and they play music for you as well. Hayley and I were chatting to the lady in the queue in front of us as ...
... two back in harmony was going to be a major event.
The solution was to trim (by 150 mil that's 6 inches for our American readers) all the way around and then sew it back in. The half hour wash turned into a major project and was completed as the sun said farewell for the day. However I do have to say that in the end everything turned out fine, the cover is back on the bed doing its job. Well done Marg.
After 83 more miles, we finally reached our destination for the evening, beautiful San Carlos, Mexico on the Sea of Cortez. Our hotel was Marinaterra Hotel & Spa and my room was spacious with a balcony overlooking the marina and the swimming pool.
We had a Welcome Reception Dinner which included two drinks. I bypassed the Margaritas as I don't like tequila and avoid icy drinks in Mexico. I had two glasses of red ...
... felafel burger so I was happy. The rest of the time was
spent trying to figure out the bus schedule to get to the hotel. Soon enough it was time to board and head to Paris!
Once in Paris, I must have looked like an American, since when I got to customs the guy standing and directing looked at me and said “American passports that way” and pointed to the counter. This line was a piece of cake compared ...
... thing was coming to a head and the 'Beach Boys” as Rancid demeaningly referred to them knew it too.
They were all a bunch of friggin wastes, Rancid believed, idling their time away, arguing politics, talking sports and swapping exaggerated sea stories, looking at pretty women in scanty bathing suits and patting dogs. There was Eddie McRithmatic who just glared at him during his contacts with the group-you never knew what he was thinking, ...