Comfort Suites Univ. of Phoenix Stadium Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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The kid is putting together our vacation itinerary and has been doing so for the past 3 months. We have been <b>virtually</b>& #160;all over England, France, Scotland, Ireland, and all channels, river ways, and airways in between. The anticipation is fun, but I can not wait until we are out and about and doing our travel thing. I am going to travel blog all the way through the adventure. (At least that is the plan) This week we started practicing a ...
... despite our attempts to avoid them, we did run into them several times in the ship's casino.
Another interesting person on this cruise was a very, very loud man at our dinner table one evening. He monopolized the conversation telling us about how much he hated Christmas, but he was a volunteer Santa and raised $1200 every year for the children's Santa gifts. He was also a Cub Scout leader, according to him. All of his stories were interlaced with ...
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Before we left for Phoenix we searched online for a place to camp, but had a hard time finding one that would accept kids (many only allow 55 and older) in the area we were looking to stay. The week before, I was reading a blog about a family who traveled fulltime and read they had a hard time finding one as well until they found The Deserts Edge RV Park and really liked it. It was further away than we were hoping to stay, but again once ...
... and bells ringing as the train left. Drove along Interstate 40 to Flagstaff and stopped for a coffee and an 'Internet Fix' so Pauline could book us into an hotel for tonight. Need to make a note to return to Flagstaff, chic bars and boutiques and of course another Route 66 stop off. Took the scenic route to Sedona via Oak ...
... the cigar store and then grocery shopping. From there to Phil's bank where I left him! He wanted to walk home-on Fridays he normally walks to the bank and back. I stopped at Staples and used the 2 $20 coupons I have from turning in empty ink cartridges. Then home to rest up and dress to head to the Hitchin' Post tonight. Ron E Cash sings the first half starting at 5 but we didn't leave here till almost 6. I opted for the freeway, and forgot about rush hour! We went one exit ...