BEST WESTERN Innsuites Phoenix Biltmore
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... I even got to try out some of the smooth country western moves we learned at the Mayan Dude Ranch. It was a great night!
The next morning, we reluctantly say goodbye to our wonderful and gracious hosts. Even though it has been years since the adults have seen each other, it was so easy hanging out and catching up…as it usually is with truly great friends. We can hardly wait to do it again…hopefully soon!
... went with her cousins Myrna and Eileen and their husbands Don and Ken . Tortilla Flats was an area set aside for migrant workers who were working on the Roosevelt Dam in and around 1911. It had a schoolhouse , a stage coach for mail delivery and a great bar. The bar has money stuck on the wall by visitors ...
... Conference Rooms 25-30 per person Waiting Room/Reception Area 25-35 per individual Filing Cabinets seven per cabinet Break Rooms/Libraries 15 for each person Are clients going to visit the workplace? You may need a reception area, sufficient parking, notable display places, meeting, rooms and audio/visual areas. Will your business conduct project conferences? If so, you will need numerous meeting rooms, white boards (also may choose to purchase ...
... dunes with evidence of a plow going through regularly. It felt more like the entrance to a ski resort than a desert. The park road quickly went from pavement to sand and we pulled off at one of the dunes I thought Matt might be able to scale.
Ricky was in Emotional Support Dog heaven, pouncing around in the sand like a puppy set free to play. The setting, albeit still crazy hot, had a joyful ...
... the correct turn and down the primitive road to the cemetery. But things change and this was one. About a bock before the cemetery ran into a fenced in area with a steel gate! Just inside this was a tribute gravestone to Matty Blaylock Earp – this is far from the site where the memorial has always been. We had to walk a block or so to the old parts, that are still viewable. My cache is outside the well fenced area and now you have to walk back out ...