Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Scottsdale
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... too... with small low ceilinged corridors and corners to get from one to the other,
Not sure, Frank, really not sure.
There are 23 students there at the moment studying, which is a fine legacy and has many ideas which are great and worthy of being developed further and carried forward. They are obviously struggling for funding though, so maybe the future is not as secure as it could be,
FLW himself was a colourful character. He owned ...
... Scottsdale. Scottsdale use to be a bit of frontier town and it has some original buildings from that time. But it is highly commercialised now to get the tourist dollar - but they do it so well (photo's and commentary attached). On arriving back to Mary's place, Mike took the Mini Cooper for a spin - I'm thinking of contacting Mini and asking for some type of commission on future sales. On Saturday morning I got up and packed the Mini for my drive to Sedona via Prescott. (26-30 Nov ...
... Delicious! We have covered a total distance of 1400 miles costing 100 dollars in petrol. The price of petrol is about 60 p a litre. Tomorrow will be our last full day which we intend to spend by the pool and soak up the sun. This will be the final blog entry - hope you enjoyed sharing our travels with ...
... days that you never forget and hope to recreate everyday you huff your pack to the rock! Our day to the Homestead was one of these days!
Unloading Ross' sweet Toyota Tacoma
The band of adventurers met us off the side of road in Queen Creek, a loaded, silver Toyota Tacoma with a lift kit and sick tires! The cab didn’t fit all of us, so ...
... she loves his stuff and claims it's perfect for traveling. When I got the bag, I thought "This looks huge - there is no way I'm going to fill this up!" But now, after spending 4 perilous hours yesterday attempting to do just that... I have discovered that the reality is that clothes take up a lot of space.
Yes, you read right, I spent 4 hours pre-packing yesterday, and I'm going to have to take it all out tomorrow to do laundry, then pack it all up again! ...