Country Inn & Suites Scottsdale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as tourism goes. I never made it to Phoenix and stayed in Old Town Scottsdale. Scottsdale is a pretty chilled out place. There isn't a whole lot here except for a strip of old shops that have been converted into bars and restaurants. It seems like it would be a pretty cool place to be at night. It is always hot here and most of the restaurants/bars are open window so sitting outside at any time of the year is not ...
... a weathered magma ridge and winds down through Queens Creek canyon. It is quite magical on the whole and with every corner you turn you find another stunningly beautiful landscape and vista.
There is a museum in Scottsdale called the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM). On first take I thought I would probably give it a pass but Trip Advisor rated it as the No. 1 attraction in the Phoenix area. A little research on it told that this would be a different kind of exhibit than ...
... north of Scottsdale, close to Fountain Hills, AZ. Thanks goes out to our friend Pete for tipping us of to this great spot.
On Tuesday, we drove in to the Condo where Lisa and the gang are staying to hang out by the pool, visit and have a fine dinner. For you foodies, it consisted of barbecued, marinated chicken, roasted veggies, kalamata olive bread and a green salad. Good Stuff! Driving back ...
... Tempe Diablo Stadium. Score: 15-3 Angels.
- Sat – Texas Rangers (one of his favorite teams) at Oakland A’s (doesn’t like Oakland) - Phoenix Municipal Stadium. We didn’t go because of the weather (assuming the game would be cancelled), but it wasn’t. Doh!
- Sun – Milwaukee Brewers at Colorado Rockies (just signed a Canadian named Morneau, but he didn't play) - Salt River ...
... and pay the man $10 to see it for yourself but until that happens - check these out. It is really a cool place when you think how what once was under water is now several thousand feet above sea level. Besides once you are in the petrified forest, you don't feel too old. I have put several photos at the bottom.
Along the way, there were a group of rocks called the "Newspaper Rocks" ...