Courtyard Phoenix Chandler / Fashion Center
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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October 28 – fly to England, overnight in Southampton
October 29 - November 8 - NCL Escape 10 nights transatlantic cruise from Southampton to Fort Lauderdale
We're still planning next winter and considering Puerto Rico, Panama, or maybe Belize. We'll definitely go somewhere warm and near a large body of water with a beach! I'll try to post a few pics later when I get my hands on Cory's ...
... this trip is over or where Corey will work. Often times I’ve been amazed at where life has taken us and opportunities that have come our way that weren’t ever part of a plan that we came up with. When it comes to taking our family to all these places that are new to us and driving an RV around the mountains though, I’m pretty uncomfortable not knowing what’s ahead of me and so I crave a plan. Corey and I reminded ourselves though that we wanted ...
On Saturday, we had a morning wander around the hotel and its grounds in the brilliant sunshine, then off to spent the day with our old friends Gary and Rusty. We met them 31 years ago when they visited the UK in the days when I worked for Gestetner and we brought US Copier Service Engineers to visit the UK factory. We have kept in ...
... but they did all right. One son invented Lincoln Logs and one of his grandchildren was Ann Baxter of Hollywood. He was not close or cared to bother with his children or grandchildren.
His school costs $30,000 per semester for undergraduate school which is two years and graduate school takes about five years. One lives on the property first in a tent in the desert then in cottages and the last semester they must design an ...
... thrown around in the back! Finally a steep hill with insanely huge ruts came into view.
Everyone unloaded to scout the section. Opinions varied drastically from “this is insane” to “doesn’t look too bad!”! Ross, the owner of the truck, is long-time climber and adventurer from the Tahoe area. He’s super calm in ...