Days Inn and Suites Tempe
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... or sports shop: Here's one that permits you to kill three birds with one stone. You will get to earn commissions on the you sell which will be fun if you can't consider the process too seriously. The majority of stores enable you a large discount on their products and you simply arrive at speak to your potential customers about a common interest if you have chosen a shop that fits what you like be it business wear, ladies shoes or hockey ...
... not help any-I am sleeping in John's bedroom, a first for me due to the usual cigarette smoke, but with doors and windows open it is not bad. By bedtime I could hardly get up and down and I hurt to move. His neighbor Laura, a 62 year old, slightly retarded, overly plump lady hung around after delivering the food, and since we had ordered Pizza, she joined us. She stayed till the movie Avatar was almost over! She had been in some group home before coming here. ...
... we usually are trying to do so much in a day! But our day wasn't totally scheduled so we enjoyed a bit of down time. At 9:15 Grandma got to the hotel. We enjoyed catching up a bit with one another and then after about 20 minutes we headed to the Arizona Science Center.
Our main plan was to see the Arctic Imax. We enjoy seeing the different Imax films and we hadn't found the Arctic one anywhere else. We had some time before the movie started so ...
... was destroyed by a bomb blast in
1952, prompting the construction of the current 'A' in 1955. The letter
is made from reinforced steel and concrete, and is an external structure
rather than being carved into the mountain or whitewashed directly on
After our climb back down we enjoyed delicious tacos in one of the many restaurants in Mill Ave and browsed a few shops before a look at Tempe beach ...
... fits because this is Western country (Clint Eastwood was the man with no name) and we had also come off at No Name exit on our first day on the road. Ta da!
Oh and, I just remembered that we drove through a mini tornado in Death Valley. We had seen little dust storms before and the swirling of mini tornados in the distance, but we had never driven through one. It's too late to go back to the blog for that day because most of you will have read ...