Comfort Inn Chandler
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Indio to hang out with buddies Craig & Rose Little and daughter Brynn was so much fun! We languished by their pool for happy hour, then they treated us for appies and drinks at Jackalopes, a very cool restaurant in their neck of the woods. We spent ages floating around in their pool and soaking in the hot tub ...
... we were spending too much time trying to find something else we decided to go with it and stay there. We’ve learned that short stays are ******* all of us so our hope was that we would find a place to stay for more than a night or two. We pulled into the Deserts Edge RV Park and it had a really nice feel to it. We got a spot right by the playground and basketball court and there were orange trees all around. Iris kept busy collecting the ones that had fallen ...
... 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 ...
... for adventure.
This summer I'll be living on a Navy Base in Naples, Italy with a program called Camp Adventure. I'll be a camp counselor for military children on the base with the weekends off to eat my way through Italy. After a $300 set back for a eurrail pass and countless hours avoiding packing, I can't avoid it ...
... flowering hedges, a dry-bed creek and a huge ironwood tree that provides greatly desired shade during mid-day scorchers. Every evening we watch the powered para-gliders, para-sailers, ultra light planes and trikes soaring over a field beside our resort. At night, we see spectacular red Arizona sunsets and even though we're several miles from the Sky Harbor airport, we can see up to seven planes lined up on their descent ...