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It was a good hotel , they have a nice features and there service is the best
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A great place to get some R&R, we stopped in with Nancy and Jose (our family in Tempe). When we got in, they had plenty of fresh, healthy food to help us refuel and a warm, comfortable bed to sleep in. We recharged most of the day on Monday, stayed in the house and slept as well as went on a bike ride. At night, Nancy and Jose took us to a huge Mexican restaurant that had tons of statues and wall paintings. My plate had about 5 lbs of ...
... to be in Phoenix a week earlier than originally planned. They are having problems casting one of the lead female characters. The actress that was originally signed up for the part, managed to wriggle out of her contract and they have struggled to find a replacement because the schedule clashes with, what is known as, pilot season. This is a key period when every actor in LA hopes to secure a role in a new TV pilot show as it could open the way to regular work and a ...
... some junk and came back. I am reminded that this country has horrible coffee, horrible milk and horrible weather. Well no, okay so Phoenix is OK in the morning, but yesterday when I got here it was humid and I hate humidity, it's better today but still.
So tonight Heather, Cassie, Duncan, Andrea and I are going out for dinner at a restaurant (last time we went to a knight-themed place so I'm curious to see where we're going this ...
So, I found this blog site, with the hope that it works. If you all would like to share this with people feel free. Going to try and do this without Facebook or phones or anything so this is how you can see what we will be doing!
Anyways, its the morning of our departure, and I'm just watching my favorite travel documentary (180 degrees south) while Elliott sleeps in. He needs it; we flew ...
... of the Flatiron's challenges; there are few switchbacks on this trail—it goes straight up often through sections of rocky scrambles, gaining just under 3,000 feet of elevation, in most of which is in the last mile of trail. The NW Face of the Flatiron offers alpine climbing, with somewhat questionable rock quality. As we flirted with the idea of climbing one ...