Best Western Inn of Tempe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the long drive back.
We thought we would stop for lunch near Marble Canyon, but the spot mom thought would be a good spot had too small a parking lot. So we stopped along the road and made sandwiches.
As we came into Flagstaff it began to rain. We thought we would go to a dog park, but the rain ruined that. We filled up the gas tanks and headed for dinner at Camp Verde.
The rain came down in buckets all the way to the Sedona turn off. ...
... normal operation only two of the pumps are used, with a fountain height of around 300 feet (91 m) feet. When built, it was the world's tallest fountain and held that record for over a decade.
We had a great week with our most wonderful friends Elaine and Jack visiting, eating and of course drinking.
... set up the camper. Another thing I was happy to see were other kids outside playing. The hardest part for us when we decided to take this trip was to have the kids away from their friends. So far there have been very few kids at the parks we've stayed at so when they do get a chance to play with others we try to change or delay our plans so that they have that time to run around and be silly.
The next day was the day before Iris’ birthday and we ...
... plane to Phoenix. That flight was only an hour long, so we never went over the clouds. Arizona desert looks like a giant sandpit with mountains thrown in and strangely rectangular crops of what I assume is corn or something here and there.
Landed and proceeded to be confused once again on where to pick up my bags. I found Heather before I found my bags, but she had cupcakes to bribe me with so she was safe from my (by now) ...
... and needs a certain temperature to thrive in. That's why you don't see cactus in northern Arizona because the temperature is only a chilly high 80's or low 90's. I suppose some people in the north have a little cactus on a saucer in their living room (like we used to do in England - remember?), but that doesn't count.
The delay hadn't been that long really and we were soon inside the city limits of Phoenix and counting down the exits for when we would come off I-17 ...