Legacy Golf Resort
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... towards the border crossing at Nogales, Arizona which is the second busiest border crossing into Mexico. Upon arriving at the border, a U.S. Border Patrol official boarded the coach, took a look at us, and we were on our way in approximately 5 minutes.
We then entered Mexico. We were all required to exit the coach with our passports and report to the immigration office with our passports and our completed tourist cards that we ...
... through the entire day. If you eat a large supper even though, all those calorie consumption just rest there along with your body transforms them into extra fat as opposed to burning up them away from. If you want to easily start off having healthier, try and minimize the quantity of dressings you make use of. Nutrition experts suggest dipping your fork in a independent pot of dressing then obtaining a bite of greens. This way, you will still style the delightful dressing ...
... and I finally got to the baggage
claim and found my bag. Now was the task of finding the bus. I'm very happy to say that the signs had plenty of pictures of buses and arrows making it easy to find the stop. But the real task was in finding the correct bus.
I knew that I was to take the Paris Nord 2 to the Premier Hotel. Logan also told me that it was by the Ibis and F2 hotels and next to a red restaurant called ...
I feel like I should post.... since I haven't done so since the first day of my arrival in Phoenix. I was there from the 24th of December until the 13th of January. 3 weeks basically. I was worried when I first booked the trip that it would not be enough. It would end up being plenty of time.
My flight in was like descending to the 9th ring of Hell, you can read about it on the previous entry. It was the worst experience of ...
Breakfast at 8am. We all used the waffle maker and ate yummy waffles with butter and syrup before walking down Route 66 to the railway station. We watched the Grand Canyon steam train depart at 9.30 am. How lucky we were. The guard told us that this engine was only used on the 1st Saturday of each month. Very exciting. Loud ...