Courtyard by Marriott Phoenix North
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For our weekend in Phoenix, we stayed at the Courtyard by Marriott at 9631 N. Black Canyon Highway just off of the I-17, only about 10 minutes north of downtown Phoenix. This was the first time that we had ever stayed a a Courtyard, and it was a nice experience. Courtyard's tend to cater to the business traveler, so a stay over the weekend was a …
... not at the same time. There is a limited diner menu of gourmet sliders, snacks and salads, rustic seating and an interesting ambiance. Probably the biggest let down was the drinks list which had none of the new or interesting US beers that are a feature of the food (and drink) scene here these days.
With Elephant running as well as ever we pushed further south to Tuscon and enjoyed a day of touristic endeavour then on again to Douglas on the ...
... s for dinner, good as usual. Home to watch some news-we really missed having TV in Hawaii. Our only source of news was getting the Boston Globe on the computer. Phil wrote a letter to the editor of the Boston Globe and we sent it off tonight.
May 11 Saturday-Up to another sunny day. It will be in the high 90s today. Took the bikes to Vinnie and Tish’s and talked to them about pizza at their house tonight-we buy the pizza. Then to Jeannies ...
... a guy would look at our boarding passes and passports. There was a lot of mooing in this line.
5. The next line was for Irish security. It was the usual take your shoes and belts off and pull out your laptop and ipad. The area smelled like feet… not fun.
6. The next line was to drop off our VAT receipts. The VAT is a weird thing in Europe. All merchandise is taxed at 23% there. This goes towards their free healthcare and other services that ...
... man that's a huge state!) and into New Mexico, destination: Carlsbad. We arrived too late to visit the caves that day, so after dinner we had a bonfire and made s'mores: essentially biscuits, chocolate and roasted marshmallow - delicious, if slightly sickening. Probably not helped by the most giant marshmallows ever. The next day, Saturday, we visited the Carlsbad Caverns, spectacular and huge underground caves (more than 117 all up) with ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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