Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Near Legoland
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... time? In Colorado, I had the opportunity to lay down on my back and revisit the stars - it's been a while. That was freedom. It felt so natural, so curious.
Colorado is my place of birth, a majestic, beautiful state known for its mountains, valleys, and ski slopes, but my home is in southeastern Colorado, a rural mix of farmland and ...
... pump service station in the middle of nowhere as we dropped to quarter of a tank, anxiously searching the map for the possibility of a gas station.
Another time change - passing out of Central into Mountain time, gave us another extra hour in our day. El Paso sits on the borders of 3 States (Texas, Mexico and New Mexico). I was disappointed as the map shows the Rio Grande river following the Mexican ...
... of how all the crew work so hard all day and then go below deck to enjoy their friendships and off time like they do. They say if you are at sea for more than two years you become a sailor and most likely will be at sea for most the rest of your life.
Since we were in a passenger cabin, although crew status, we could be in all the lounges (which are forbidden to crew). We hosted a dinner table on the formal night to meet both British and ...
... spouting/dancing water faucets. We got to see a water concert as the fountains squirted in rhythm to the background music.
Travis and family headed back home early before we finally got on the road back to El Centro where we would spend the night back on the navy base. We arrived there well after dark and checked back into the mobile housing unit "Navy Hotel". This time the kids stayed with us in the units.
Arriving in LA, Jons old univ. friend Jack manages to collect us at the enormous LA airport by car, quite a feat, and off we set for the 2 hr journey on a 10-lane freeway backed by the San Bernardino mountains, lined with Eucalypts, full of cars and we,in the (fast) car pool lane requiring a minimum of 2 per car, and Jack repeats a very funny story cousin Ellen had related.....so a guy drives in the carpool lane ...