Candlewood Suites Phoenix
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... an end with a sign that said gravel road for the next 28 miles. You would think Google maps would have mentioned this but obviously not. Given the paved road was narrow, very twisty and even had a couple of single lane bridges we decided to turn around. As it turns out this was a good thing. On the return trip we decided to stop in Tortilla Flats for lunch at the Superstition Saloon. We had their awesome Killer Chile in a Bread Boule while sitting ...
... the hour. We spotted an old RV Park along the highway, pulled in and hunkered down to wait out the storm. This is the coldest night we have spent in the RV in the past 4 years. The wind seemed to enter the front windows and exit through the rear. With wind-chill the temp registered at 7 degrees. It was difficult to get Ziggy to go outside to do her pottying. Fortunately we have a great heater as well as plenty of blankets to keep us warm and cozy and the ...
... kitchen set up in the boot and had been painted by a graffiti artist from LA. It didn't take too long to get used to driving on the right (wrong) side of the road and we were soon out of Sin City and back out into open spaces.
We spent the night in a carpark in a town called Kanab and woke up with a flat battery which delayed our trip for half a day. It was a nice town to pass time in though with a cheap cafe and op shop. We were also ...
... all my years of WNBA watching the very much increased speed of the game is just so noticeable :)
This is what you get when you put the best of the best together! :)
Seeing women's basketball in an arena like US Airways Center is something i will remember for a long time as well ... the hype, the arena, the crowd, the knowledge, the enthusiasm - It really is just awesome to see. Thats all i can say! :)
More thoughts to come in the comments as ...
... Indians here come from the same tribe as the Indians who built Casa Grande hundreds of miles away.
I then followed Doris to a large mall in Scottsdale. She had a good time shopping.
We then drove around the Arizona State University. It has a beautiful campus and everything seemed much cleaner than UT. Tattoos seem to be the fashion here as they are in Austin. The people here don't seem to be as strange as the people in Austin. ...