Comfort Suites Univ. of Phoenix Stadium Area
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- Swimming pool
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... Halloween weekend with Gerry's youngest daughter, Ruth. We also hope to see granddaughter Rachell, Brooke and grandson Phillip. AND A NEW and FIRST GREAT GRANDSON. (don't know his name yet)
On November 3rd we leave Arlington, Texas for THE VILLAGE, FL. and hope to arrive on November 6th. More pics when we get to Dallas.
Enjoy the pics from Phoenix area site seeing.
We're going to try and keep you all updated with this blog. Our friends, who are currently cruising the Black Sea, have published a blog of their adventures so we are going to try and do the same! I'm sending this out to to check and see if I have emails correct! Currently at Houson airport to head to Newark and then ...
... Anyway, our original passport stamp only allowed us to stay until October 30 and we stayed until the 31st. Now what? The agent told us that normally they would have us go back to Corozal to the Immigration office and pay an extension fee to stay longer in Belize. Unfortunately, it was 10:30 pm and the Immigration office was closed. Plus we had a flight the next morning and would have had to miss that flight if we went back to Corozal and waited for ...
... a 7 mile round trip and Phil pointed out places in the book. Saul has read it 4 times now! A pizza on the way back and took him home to the Y where he is temp living till dorm opens at college.
Oct 22- A walk to the Arnold Arboretum which is beautiful this time of the year. Several miles and Phil finally left his friend Victor’s ashes as it was a favorite place of his. Watched the debate with Doris again.
Oct 23-Tuesday-This was the night of the Gala ...
... my last. I have enjoyed sharing my journey and have deeply appreciated the support and kind words from so many of you throughout my adventure. With that, I leave you with one last piece of advice in the words of Lawrence K. Fish:
"Find life experiences and swallow them whole. Travel. Meet many people. Go down some dark alleys. Try everything. Exhaust yourself in the glorious pursuit of life."