Super 8 Phoenix
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... finish. The rest of the day was spent in recovery on the lazy river.
That night we go to dinner at Rustler’s Rooste. This is the best family restaurant I have ever been to! First, there is a live long horn steer named Horney at the entrance, then you walk inside to what looks like a mine shaft, finally to get to your table you can walk down a set of stairs or go on the slide…wheeeee! We sit down at our table ...
On Our last day in Phoenix Maureen went to visit Tortilla Flats while I went to play a world class golf course called the Raven . I was lucky enough to get a great rate on this fabulous cours e. For the third time I was paired with two Canadians from Alberta Bruce and Harvey.
The course was as ...
... boxes, storage areas, supply areas, desks, etc . ). Many businesses, whenever buying stationary, select no matter what is available from your office supply company each uses for additional items. Workplace stationery is very often an "add on" to office supplies. The significance of proper stationery can not be over-stated, you utilize will depart your clients, customers and business associates with an impression of who you are and exactly what kind of business ...
... in at outlook facing White Sands. It was such a great view and Paula decided to make me woozy by venturing beyond "Do Not Pass These Signs or You Will Die" and perching herself and Ricky on an outcropping with a long, long drop into oblivion. Besides me not liking the idea in principle, (I'm fine with heights as long as I'm attached to something - no free climbing in my future!) the rock was slippery and ...
... airport, to the light rail, less than a mile. The Skytrain is two stations further on out of town, then you walk up steps, onto a huge pedestrian bridge and ride a travelator, wondering 'is this the Skytrain?' before finding there really is a train at the end of the bridge. Three stations, all with beautifully decorated flooring, whoosh. Another stroll and onto the shuttle to terminal 2-if I'd been in a rush I'd have been off at 24th and Washington and walked, that ...