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 ...
... at Becky’s for the sweater I had left there. It is only 63 and very overcast right now and I am wearing a flimsy lacy top!! Might be a mistake!! Then on to Clay’s folks home where we are having the picnic in the large grassy and shaded and beautiful big side yard. Really a nice place for it, nice and private! I didn’t count the people be there were plenty and I tried to talk to all but, as usual, I’m sure I missed some—and suddenly a ...
... city was a challange we could not miss. The highest point of Tempe Butte stands at 1,496 feet (456 m) in
elevation, while its base is approximately at about 1,000feet , recent alterations include two water tanks on the south flank of
the butte, giving us access to the
manmade structures at the top with good views onto the east side of the butte which was partially excavated
in order to accommodate the ...
... com) get together, and it was fun. There were at least 100 women from 45 up past me and all were very friendly. Everyone just wandered around talked, and I liked everyone. One wants to go geocaching with me sometime, another wants to go The Palms Dinner Theater. This group may be just what I need--women to do things with down here. ALL the women here in my park are just tooooooo old to do much. All of these seemed to have ’that get up and ...
... this section of town covers a good bit of territory.
Getting to Hohokam Stadium is relatively simple. From the west, take Hwy 202 to Country Club Drive, turn right and take either McKellips (the north approach) or Brown Road (the south approach). Proceed to Centre Street and, presto, a ball park looms. Or take Hwy 101 from either the north or the south to University Drive to Centre Street, turn left at Centre Street and the Cub's home is yours.