Super 8 Phoenix
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Bonjour! We met Pat and JC at the USAirways lounge at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport and are all excited about our trip together. Our plane was late into Philadelphia for our connection and we just made our flight to Paris. Have to remember to schedule more time in between connections :)
... purchase of trinkets and souvenirs.
We headed back toward Phoenix and on to Glendale, site of the University of Phoenix Stadium, home of the Arizona Cardinals and the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.
The pre game party was fun with all the food and activities but by this time Judy was coming down with the same illness that hit me before we left Houston. By game time we were both feeling fairly rotten.
The game ...
... An early start on Saturday 9 November saw us clear Mexican immigration, and organise the import of Elephant with no problems except our hopeless Spanish. An hour later we were well down into Sonora and stopped at the first (of many) military checkpoint. We had our bags and paperwork checked and were sent on our way. By the end of the day we had found a village with a hotel and good fish tacos and our adventure in the United States of Mexico was at last underway.