Days Inn Phoenix Airport
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For the last 2 months of checking out the weather it has been 42, 41, or even 40 in Phoenix but today it is about 31 and cloudy! Not fun! The only thing I am grateful for is that there is no hurricane as that would be scary!
We went down to get our free breakfast we had, complimentary of Trailfinders who we booked the hotel through. It wasn't anything amazing but I love most things free! We got given vouchers which entitled us to a choice of ...
... adjustments can be created reasonably. If you are intending on acquiring some sizeable household furniture items, be sure to select items which fit your family and way of living. A lovely bright white suede sofa might be an outstanding option a bachelor or husband and wife without having youngsters. This might not be a good solution for those who have young children or domestic pets. One particular drip could ruin the material or perhaps a animal bouncing ...
We got moved on Friday and easily relocated in a larger and busier park. It's the holiday weekend, so it is full of folks, with families the main force. We miss ours.
On Saturday, we took an hour-long hike on the Road Runner Trail to the Visitor Center and to look around a bit. We found a trail down to water level and there found some unique Easter-Lilly like flowers that were quite beautiful and especially appropriate to the season. The trail ...
... bag gained weight in the past two days, it was 40 pounds, and I did not want to take it off. Mainly because I am stupid. The security was fast though and soon I was inside the gates looking for food. Which was up another level that wasn't advertised, I would take a wrong turn that would lead me to random stairs that I walked up hoping to find food. Of course nothing was local it was all US based chains. Fast food, gross. I ended up having pizza ...
... since and as they live in Mesa, a suburb of Phoenix, we could not pass through without looking them up. We drove to their
home, went out for a great lunch and then they took us on a tour of Mesa and
the next town of Tempe. Mesa is known as a retirement town and the population
grows significantly when the snow birds ...