Arroyo Pinion Hotel, An Ascend Hotel Collection Member
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... RV. It was like we got to see everything before going in and was pretty incredible. We took our bikes with us and enjoyed riding the mile to the front gate, even to an equestrian event going on at another part of this enormous event center. We made it inside and enjoyed all the old classics and greasy food. Had a fun time at this event and was sad that it was time to head back to the grind :( More to ...
It has now been 5 days without good quality coffee and the situation has become very grim, I don't think I can carry on for much longer. All that can be found is brewed coffee. This morning I had to wake up at 4:40 to be at the airport for 5:30. We took ...
... lots of wind. Then for a while I wondered about Marco.... Couldn't come up with anything using the NLP of the license plate so yes, I think Harvey will do just fine.
Did some email clean-up before leaving Holbrook this morning as wifi the best ... settled in here quite early and went to visit Elden Pueblo Ruins almost next door to this park we are in. Lovely tall pine trees, dropping cones. Interesting park as it has no washrooms or showers. ...
... into the campground. It is a very comfortable place, with tall trees and pine needle ground cover. The biggest drawback is that it lacks Wi-Fi, but I am writing this as a Word document and will copy and paste it into the blog when I can get online in the morning.
We are planning a trip to the Grand Canyon in the morning, and I cannot wait to see Cynthia’s reaction to one of the world’s great holes in the ...
... store – I was quite pleased to recall my Pepsi days, when I visited every Arizona grocery store during “management training.” So I knew the local grocery store names like Basha’s and Fry’s (not an electronic store, to Sam's disappointment). We found a Basha’s sign and turned in there, but soon learned it was not open for business, with a fire truck and cordoned off parking lot. It had literally just succumbed to a fire! ...