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... Spain, Alicante El Altet (ALC), Fri, Aug 31
Return to USA
US Airways Flight 0741
MAD 12:45 PM Saturday
PHL 3:30 PM
Connection in Philadelphia, PA, Philadelphia Intl (PHL) for 2hr 30min
US Airways Flight 0251
PHL 6:00 PM Saturday
PHX 9:34 PM Saturday
Arrive: Phoenix, AZ, Sky Harbor Intl (PHX), Sat, Dec ...
... dust. It was surreal seeing the dust sliver over the highway, like a bunch of ochre snakes. We rolled into Quartzsite around 2pm, stopped at the Jerky Shop (where I was duly admired by a little blonde girl) and Alan vetoed the idea of dirt parking lot camping and took the wheel.
Miraculously, considering it is Memorial Day weekend, we were able to secure spots for the next three days. Next stop was Prescott (PRES-kit) and the Point ...
... A+ for Delta. The air was stormy all over the Eastern part of the USA, lots of turbulences, but I didn't mind... there was an unremovable happy grin on my face.
After 4 hours 5 minutes we landed in Phoenix. At last... I was still a bit concerned about my bag, I had a 'late arrival' stamp in my passport, but thank God there was no problem. Let's get to the Dollar Car Rental. As it turned out, once again I had to use the shuttle because the rental pickup spot was not at ...
... looked at the moons surface. We also looked at a pair of stars that are orbiting each other and other galaxies with loads of stars in. We also seen Mars but the best thing was Saturn with its rings and two of its many moons. It was great and AK and SJ asked loads of questions! The following day we went to the tourist office and got talked into going around a resort and telling them how nice it was for $100! It was only supposed to take 1.5 hours but the guy, ...
... silly enough to drag ourselves out of bed at 6am the next morning to photograph the largest natural arch in the world Delicate Arch and we absolutely froze our buns off waiting for the sun to hit the rock, but it was worth the wait (I think)!
Our next stop was Monument Valley, made famous by various westerns - not my cup of tea, but apparently Dad was getting very excited in the other car, reliving all those black & white western ...