Americas Best Value Inn - Downtown Phoenix
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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We left Sky Harbor at 10 am; flying to Detroit, Michigan. We arrived about 3:30pm local time. The Detroit Airport is beautiful; really nice. We got on the plane. The plane had mechanical problems. We are late. Will we make our connection in Amsterdam, ...
... managed to albeit briefly, drive on the wrong side of the road… That makes three times doing that for me! It’s always on smaller roads when I’m lost and concentrating more on where I’m headed and my British driving brain kicks in. Ironically if there had been traffic I wouldn’t have done it, but there were no cars on that stretch of road at the time and I only realised my mistake when the lights changed and a herd of vehicles started ...
... a left eventually ending up on Hwy 74. We kept on traveling for another 16 miles of dirt road before arriving at the “T” and discovered that the highway was still 20 miles farther. Then in the middle of nowhere we came upon a grove of palm trees and as we got closer, spotted a large house on the property. It was fenced and lined with many palm trees. It turned out that the property used to be a popular hot springs destination years ago but is now ...
... typical bar food. But the cafe had closed their kitchen for the day. However, there was an all you can eat buffet available there. It turned out to be $12 for adults and $6 for kids, about the same cost our meal would have been at the cafe, but here the kids and my son could eat all they wanted. Corn dogs, hamburgers, bar-b-qued chicken, hot dogs, sausages, pasta salad, green salad, fries, and brownies for dessert. Drinks were ...
... than a week. I walked into a clean and empty house on the Monday after the sale. It's quite liberating to shuck off all the possessions and move on.
Many have asked me about Moogie, our little Japanese Chin, and where he would live. I asked friends and neighbors if they would give him a home, but no one was in a position to take him in. Luckily, the people who bought our house fell in love with him when they ...