Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... part has the bigger guys. Save for the blue skies, Arizona as a whole has long been bleached clean; whitewash and faded colors abound under the most hate filled sun this world can offer. There is no ozone layer: everything burns. Looking out at these arid lands is similar to watching an old western movie that was once dyed by Technicolor, but has never gone through a thorough remastering in modern day. The complexion is very blah.
... development involves seeing a situation from another person's point of view. It is not selfishness when one believes that everyone thinks and feels the same as they do. Jean Piaget calls this egocentrism. We become comfortable with the world as we see it. Early in our lives, we come to conclude that everyone interacts with and interprets the world in the same way that we do. And if they don't, they are different, wrong, or unusual.
When one considers ...
... Santa Fe, and the Tonto National Forests, and the Pecos Wilderness.
Despite the distance, Tucson could not have been a better choice for this winter. While the weather in the north got colder and snowier, we enjoyed the warmth of the Arizona sun. We especially loved the patio overlooking a wash at the condo. It was a fabulous place for morning coffee, evening cocktails, ...
... by the pool --- until it got taken over by kids playing football in the pool. I sound like an old ******ety old lady, but it was ridiculous. Enjoyed watching the sites in the campground. It was a rough night of trying to sleep ---- got woken up around 2 am to loud Mexican music......somewhere in the campground, someone was having a good old party. Unfortunately, they were keeping many people up. Of course, the campground hosts/managers ...
... We had a beautiful condo that we shared with Fran, Susan's sister from NH, in the Catalina foothills with great views out both the front and the back. The back patio was especially inviting and we spent a lot of time out there when we could.
We left Cleveland on the 15th of February for Puerto Rico to stay with Frank and ...