Days Inn & Suites Mesa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... December. We have done some golfing along the way with games at Falcon Ridge in Mesquite, Mojave Resort in Laughlin and most recently here in Mesa. The Falcon Ridge course in Mesquite was extremely difficult and we played in the searing heat which caused our games to falter late in the round but what a beautiful golf course with stunning views with dramatic elevation changes.
Liz's brother, Ben, is down here in Mesa at his house ...
... family. That produces them match wherein is pleasing towards eye. When you buy color swatches originating from a store, check out the shades from the same position on each card. These are the ones concentrating on the same hue values. Seek out innovative approaches to add storage and organization to your home. You need to use decorative baskets to prepare papers ...
... 8212;the lady kept saying she wondered why they had not come for us. At last he appeared and said that the 2 cases for the day had 'evaporated’ and we could all go home. Hurrah! I made a stop at Trader Joes to return something and buy something and home before Phil was out of bed. For some reason my house key did not work and I had to knock and knock before Phil heard me and let me in! Now in the cold he is off on his bike. We spent the rest of the ...
... some beautiful vista views from the top.
The Cholla cactus, also known as the “jumping cactus”, is a bit of a pain in the ass. It’s long thorns are barbed and, apparently, if you get too near, the thorns jump out and grab your clothes, skin, shoes ... The hikers and guides around here all carry those little tail-less combs like my dad used to carry in his shirt pocket – they work great to whisk ...
Revere Beach Follies
A short fiction inspired by true events
Phillip Vitti - 2013
There is always someone or something lurking in the background ready to spoil a good day ---it could be any malevolent person, thing, or condition – in the case of the "376s Over-The-Hill Gang" that force was a state trooper, aptly named Officer Rancid. Summer was not his time and the friendly group of beach-goers that so much enjoyed one ...