Country Inn & Suites Deer Valley
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... your first pull with a trailer, especially one that's 10 feet longer and almost 3000 pounds heavier than what you're used to, please don't make it through downtown Phoenix on the I-10. It was a little bit of a white-knuckled drive as I got used to the length and the brakes on our new mobile casa, but we made it back to the hotel without incident, and met up with Chris and Stephanie for lunch at the Detroit Coney Grill in Tempe. After lunch, ...
1 day to go. Did a practice pack last night. A good run through, but i have too much stuff. So, todays task before work this afternoon is to redo it. I bought a kid's size backpack to have as a carry on ( just in case i can't bring my backpack on board with me and so i have something to take while exploring). That will take some of the odds and ends out ...
We left on our trip today and everyone was very excited! After arriving at the airport in Phoenix we were told there were many seats still available in Business Class so we splurged and upgraded. The kids were extremely excited to sleep in their "pods." I was very excited to have a lay flat bed to sleep on. Steve was not excited about the splurge. Those of us who cared thought it was awesome. We spent a little time learning all the things we could do in our ...
... size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">Exploring a little 'island’ close by: scrambling over rocks and between cactuses
... which is on Route 66 for a spot of shopping. It was a lovely town but it was still really cold there with ice on the side of the road.
Instead of taking the direct route to Phoenix, we chose to take the scenic route through Sedona which is a new age hippie town full of faith healers and the like. Many people believe that this area is the centre of vortexes that radiate the earth's power - so of course ...