Courtyard Phoenix North / Happy Valley
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... spent reading and trying to even out the tan whilst the sun still shone with a quick visit to Fry’s with Ruth to pick up a couple of essentials (chocolate, marshmallows, graham crackers…) and then I started in on the margaritas! Very good they were too! And so I drank a few and accompanied them with s’mores, which were made by melting marshmallows over our electric hob as the barbeque refused to work! Needs must and all that, and we needed ...
... never do grow the off shoot arms; they're called Spears. The saguaro cactus can grow to a height of well over 30 feet. The largest know saguaro is one called the Champion Saguaro, in Maricopa County, Arizona. It is 45.3 feet tall with a 10 foot girth. They bloom with yellow flowers in the spring and elf owls nest in the cavities made by the Gila woodpeckers. They can easily live over a century or more. They seem to ...
... towards the border crossing at Nogales, Arizona which is the second busiest border crossing into Mexico. Upon arriving at the border, a U.S. Border Patrol official boarded the coach, took a look at us, and we were on our way in approximately 5 minutes.
We then entered Mexico. We were all required to exit the coach with our passports and report to the immigration office with our passports and our completed tourist cards that we ...
... and I finally got to the baggage
claim and found my bag. Now was the task of finding the bus. I'm very happy to say that the signs had plenty of pictures of buses and arrows making it easy to find the stop. But the real task was in finding the correct bus.
I knew that I was to take the Paris Nord 2 to the Premier Hotel. Logan also told me that it was by the Ibis and F2 hotels and next to a red restaurant called ...
After a quick lunch we began driving towards Phoenix. We stopped at Bedrock City which is in the town of Valle - if you google Bedrock City you will see images of the place. Someone with too much time and too much land has built a life size replica of the Flintstones town of Bedrock. It was really big and really well done.
We continued on South towards Phoenix stopping in the quaint town ...