Clarion Hotel Phoenix Tech Center
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... Ranger gave
us a Lifetime Pass to all National Parks in the USA. This is generally only available to Senior
Citizens who are American Citizens or permanent residents. We showed the Ranger the pass as we entered
the Grand Canyon National Park, he duly asked for photo ID. I showed him my Australian Drivers Licence
and he asked how I got the Lifetime Pass.
I told him that because we were here for twelve ...
... on the outside of the church and continues into the church as well as a beautiful view of the mountain from the chapel. It also has a memorial garden where Nancy's husband Ron has been interned. What was most remarkable was that Ron Clarke designed and was the project foreman of the church building. ...
... ones and several snacks from all of us. We talked and drank until almost 1 am! We all did have a good time.
January 2nd-Friday-Up before 9 and met the entire group for breakfast and talked till they kicked us out. That was good though as we only have an hour till checkout. So lots of hugs and goodbyes and will see them all next year. Showered and packed and headed out. BUT, stopped at the office to check out and they said we ...
... you can. It is really not a low priced endeavor to swap furnishings pieces, so that you want good quality items which will last after a while. Selecting components that happen to be durable, including solid wood and metal, ensures the furniture will last some time. Build a game plan well before purchasing. Purchasing furniture is a big deal, and it's not only concerning the selling price. It's regarding what you're encompassing oneself with in your home, which could affect your ...
... were some gray roads that ran north from our campground and east of the city. Part was thru the Indian reservation and had a dirt road for 4 miles through a citrus and pecan orchard and alfalfa fields. Then we followed a sign that pointed us to Needles 3 miles ahead and it lead us once again to the to Tonto National Forest. This is the 4th and final time we will travel this Forest since we will be heading Northwest tomorrow. Coming to the end was another dirt road and ...