Scottsdale Park Suites
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... After our hike, we drove 210 miles, or 4 hours, to the town of Laughlin. It's a town with many casinos and hotels. The Cola rasp river runs right through. Honestly, it's basically a **** town (sorry Laughlin) used for Stop overs - but we found a way to appreciate it and make it fun. Due to our stunning good looks that make us look older, we got into a bar at one of the local hotels for some karaoke. We were so excited!! But then we got there. Everyone there was at ...
... br> And it was really in the back of beyond!
Joining the 11am tour with several others from our group, we set off - with our Indian guide.
It ws not just hot, but scorching and pretty airless too,
The house was very interesting, with clever use of materials to reflect the surrounding landscape. Not just the building itself, but the design of the chairs, tables, lamps etc were all sympathetic to the whole.
I like minimalism, until one ...
... One of these days I'll bet your heart will be broken I'll bet your pride will be stolen I'll bet I'll bet I'll bet One of these days ... Don't say it's all right Don't say it's all right" Yeah, so I'm not proud of loving this last song as much as I do... So why all of this about music and snappiness the night before the FSU game? Why be a Debbie Downer in a blog about delayed flights and wild traveling? Well, first of all it's MY rant, so just deal. And second, because as I come ...
The hotel bellman was outstanding in bringing all our luggage to the check-in desk at US Airways. Unfortunately our flight was delayed 3 hrs which would have made us miss our connecting flight in PHL. The bellman directed us to the US Airways supervisor at the service desk and after an anxious ...
... occurred for this race… Larry had decided to park and ride so we took his car, and drove to the park and ride location… there was a line of school busses ready for us as we parked and strolled over to them… We hit the port-a-potties, got on the bus for the ride to the raceway… PIR (Phoenix International Raceway) is a 90,000 seat raceway with an out of shape oval… 300 and some odd laps for 500 miles…
We entered ...