BEST WESTERN PLUS Scottsdale Thunderbird Suites
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... to Henry Kissinger. We made our way to the bus pickup places and found a ledge to sit on. Then suddenly a young woman arrived and set up a "Vietnamese Taco Stand" complete with a charcoal burner just two feet in front of us, it seemed quite bizarre. Her boyfriend helped by taping paper to sit on nearby ledges. Finally our bus arrived and we ate at the Windjammer.. A couple of glasses of wine later I collapsed into bed. MONDAY, OCT 13: another day at sea (Thank god)! We ...
... 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 ...
Completed the final leg of our holiday with a two hour drive to Scottsdale. As we left Sedona the drive was beautiful as we were surrounded by red mountains and rocks. Wonderful scenery. Spotted an outlet mall just outside Scottsdale and as we had some time we did a little shopping. Also had out ...
... sink below 85 even after the sun goes down! So our options were to drive one way to a cooler destination (e.g. San Diego, Flagstaff, etc.) and fly from there or drive. Well once we did the math on a 1 way rental, pet fees, airfare, etc. We figured we could cover the cost of gas to get to Michigan. And so the hunt for an RV began in the AZ heat. Imagine test driving a large box on wheels in that crazy heat?! Not fun - its safe to say I started ...
... dinner Monday evening with son Ben and soon-to-be daughter-in-law Ashley, then met son Josh and grandson Luke at the airport. Luke is 19 months old. He fussed on the airplane but then was wide-awake and mellow for his grandparents. In fact, he cruised until almost 11 (2 a.m. back home in Orlando). Fun for us, but Dad was exhausted.
As I write this, it’s Wednesday morning. We are settling in to our home for the next 10 days in beautiful Desert Mountain. More on that in a couple of ...