Courtyard By Marriott Scottsdale North
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... actually melted into one another in the process of expension.
Scottsdale began as a small farming community when Rhode Island banker Albert G. Utley sub-divided the 40 acres of virgin desert land into town lots in 1894.
Today, the city is a vibrant tourist destination especially for wealthy American tourists and people from the North-Eastern regions who have retired. Scottsdale houses many high ...
... windows in case of another rain storm. Now at 4 pm it is about 16 degrees! Dinner at Italia and back home. Temp is 16 now.
January 9, 2015-Friday-Checked on Phil’s book today and 7 hard and soft covers sold in last 3 weeks. This info is on a site we have come to not trust as numbers never end up with what our publisher says each quarter, and it also does not list the e-books sold. 11 degrees and then snowed for a couple of hours- so ...
Taking in the spring training games is a big draw for Phoenix. This is the Desert League and there are games all over the area. Not being Cubs or Angel fans we went to the game mainly to see the new Cubs park. Very nice with expensive beers and Chicago dogs. We found some better food in ...
... Plateau and drops several thousand feet to eventually drop you out into Scottsdale. From the prairie scrub brush it changes to tall pines and hardwoods. It's a welcome sight after seeing so much desert. Finally, the trees disappear and the desert returns this time with the giant cactus that Scottsdale is known for. The temperature has also jumped. In the high ground it was 89. The ...
May 19th-Sunday-Up early to a good breakfast of eggs. toast and Kielbasa sausage. Later decided on a Sunday drive to Superior, a modern day ghost town. Phil seems fascinated by this dying town, and wants to go back often. We drove into the old part again, where there are probably 5 or 6 businesses that are active. Lunch at Porter’s Café where we had a good time. Then our walk around town and stopped at the antique type store started ...