ZenYard Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
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TravelPod Member ReviewsZenYard Guest House Phoenix
We found a relaxing space in the midst of urban Phoenix. Flagstaff room is round the back of the property, with a comfy bed and great wet room. The continental style breakfast includes plenty of fruit and also homemade cakes. The gardens are lovely, with several quiet spots to sit, and also the pool which was warm enough to swim in. Eddie and Dale were helpful with directions, where to eat and were happy to stop and chat to find out how we were getting on. Would definitely stay again if we return to Phoenix.
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... managed to albeit briefly, drive on the wrong side of the road… That makes three times doing that for me! It’s always on smaller roads when I’m lost and concentrating more on where I’m headed and my British driving brain kicks in. Ironically if there had been traffic I wouldn’t have done it, but there were no cars on that stretch of road at the time and I only realised my mistake when the lights changed and a herd of vehicles started ...
... lake at the top (see pics). Before heading home, we stopped for dinner at "Montis" in Tempe. Also, a place I had been for dinner in 1982. Awesome steak and very cool building.
On Thursday we drove to Cave Creek and Carefree, north of Scottsdale. Had dinner at Pinnacle Peak, also a restaurant from the past. Great time.. Also a steak dinner. Yummy.
Sunday we headed out in the morning. In the ...
... Turned out to be a much better deal. Everyone got what they wanted.
After all day splashing around the pool, going down the big water tube, and playing in the inflatable water toys, we finally called it a day as the sun went down. It was two tired kids who headed back to the room.
Monday was a repeat except I headed out for home around noon. The kids stayed to play in the pool. Not a fancy road trip, but a good time.
... to Europe! to live! to see everything! I feel like a 20-something again, bubbling over with excitement and the wonder of every new day and what it holds for me. After so many years of responsibility, child-rearing and solid citizenship, I am now as excited about the future as I was in my twenties when I took my first college trip abroad. Yes, home free retirement is rejuvenating. I feel as if I've found the fountain of youth. ...
... condiments by this point and the beans were dry and needed to soak. Today was better but I did not do much but relax and recover. Tomorrow it will be time to hit the beach to rejuvenate, followed by some school planning and probably another trip for groceries. The local store only. I am staying local for the next week and a half at least.
Thanks to all those who spent time with me during my visit. Until next time, take care.