Royal Palms Resort and Spa
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Well, 5000+ miles and 75 caterpillars (I counted the ones in Bryony's sketch book) later, it was hard to believe that this was the final day of our epic USA adventure. The morning came as it always does and we were determined to stay in holiday mode until the very last possible moment. The theme was relaxed and lazy until approximately 3.33pm when …
... mention it was Thanksgiving!! That's a massive deal in America, though I'm still not sure what its for. I could google it instead of writing on here that I don't know, but I'm currently enjoying a pumpkin spiced latte, and couldn't be bothered. So get your own googling happening.
So it was really heartwarming to kind of have a family to spend Thanksgiving with, especially for Michael, our tour guide. 8 plates later I was ...
... door at home at 12:15 a.m.
This was a great trip and I loved experiencing a part of Mexico I had not seen previously. It's off the beaten path. History, culture and seeing the majestic Copper Canyon is what this trip was all about. It's not the margaritas and mojitos Mexico, but an opportunity to see a relatively remote part of this country. I hope you, too, can experience this part of Mexico - put it on your travel list - ...
... for work. I hope I haven't left any coworkers with any extra things to do, but I am now going to let this go.
3. I am TOTALLY going to Face Time with my dog while I am gone. I hope she can see me when we are chatting. Bless her little Pig heart. :)
OK--Off to the next task. Hope you all enjoy the blog!
... soon gave way to canyons, red rocks, and cacti in Arizona. We've had a taste of this before in Las Vegas and Colorado, but to drive through such a long stretch of it felt incredible. We even got to drive parallel to the passing Union Pacific railroad!
It was a bit jarring to transition from two-lane, 75 MPH, sparse I-10 to the bustling roads outside of Phoenix. However, we did reach the city before rush hour, so we got to our hotel by 4 ...