Comfort Suites Prescott Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... There is an overflow regulator in the "well" that keeps the water level and the 1.5 million gallons of water that comes in daily is flowed out thru a waterway into the Beaver Creek. You can not drink the water in the well as it contains a high amount of arsenic and carbon dioxide so no fish can live in there only amphipods, leeches, water scorpions and a single cell diatom (you can tell that this was from the literature since I am not sure what a diatom ...
... days before Boarding Holland America veendam for 7 day cruise to Boston. the cruise ports in Halifax, Charlottesville, Sydney, and Bar harbor, via the St Lawrence. Dan Davis and cameraman Marc Gutzman is hosting the cruise and filming it for his TV show to air this winter. in Boston planning on walking the Freedom Trail, see JFK library, go have supper at the original Cheers bar where everybody will know our name! from Boston Amtrak to NYC. In ...
... It was such an exciting night!! After the service we went back to the DeBlois home for a bonfire and some fellowship. Laura and I were so excited to learn how to make S'mores with Ronalyn tonight. It was so much fun!! We sat around the campfire eating S'mores, cherry cobbler, brownies and cookies and cream ice cream whilst singing as the guys played the guitar. Having so much fun!! Wish you could all be ...
... br> We reclined in some fantastic massage chairs and had relaxing pedicures whilst skype-ing home.
After our time of pampering we made our way to a quaint Mexican restaurant called Olivas.
The food was fabulous!!! We had so much fun catching up and hanging out together. It's going to be really sad when Laura and I have to part... ...
... to the spectacular Grand Canyon. The real adventure began about 1hr into our journey. Here we are cruising down the "interstate 40" listening to music and discussing Pine cones and the many blown tyre pieces we've seen along the side of the road until all of a sudden Laura goes quiet and the car begins to drag and we hear a "clunk, clunk, clunk"... This can't be good. We found a place to pull over and yes, you guessed it- our rear right tyre ...