Rodeway Inn Santee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... find so that ticked off the polar bear, working our way back saw some of the monkeys, hippos and orangutans one was having a nibble on some fruit the other taking a nap under a little blanky. Last thing to check off was the silverbacks. Thought we would have seen them in the monkey section but didn't. Check the map and time about half an hour, 20 minutes before pick up. Looking at the map we had to do another loop to get to ...
... camera and my iPhone and my iPad and all of the adapters and plugs that are needed for all of them. I am only taking one book and the rest are on my iPad. All of my documents have been scanned into Evernote, so I have to have my phone. Friends and family are quite concerned about my safety. Some are afraid I will catch ebola and others are afraid of the ISIS situation. Certainly it is possible that either ...
... fathom and understand. I understand he is scared like I was. I understand he does not approve. But what I do not understand is how someone can choose a concept over a human being. Whether or not god exists is something people have been discussing, arguing and fighting over for thousands of years. I do exist. And right now, my brother was choosing a relationship with an inanimate being over his flesh and blood brother.
It breaks my heart. It tears me ...
... and bought a jump on, jump off day pass on the Old Town trolley that does the circuit around all the major attractions. It is the touristy thing which gives you all the information you need in a short time, plus a bit of independence to get off and stroll around on your own. It's good fun too, as the drivers were a funny bunch, telling stories about their hometown with good humour.
We found the city had a few similarities to Sydney with a natural harbour, nice beaches, ...
... baseball rather than watch the whole game as we had an early start the next day. We saw 6 (out of 9) innings and only 1 point was scored. I hadn't realised how difficult it was for the batters to actually hit the ball; in the 2 hours we were there the scoreboard showed only 9 hits. At one point the ball came very close to us and everyone was hoping it would come over the fence.