Courtyard Phoenix Chandler / Fashion Center
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... great place, Carolina’s Mexican Restaurant. When we pulled up we saw tons of people heading in and the line was very long so it looked like it must be good. We tried a little bit of everything and enjoyed it all. The price was good too!
Later that night we went to the Desert Ridge Marketplace to get Dean some shoes and Corey a pair of shorts. Our shopping trips usually end with Iris crying, most of us frustrated and having bought nothing that we needed. ...
... no we didn't hit anybody... I mean we went to a Mexican restaurant called Me Amigo; we wouldn't hit a friend would we. jeezz... Too much, we ate too much, all of a sudden the Mexican siesta made perfect sense. Comming back to the hotel room we transferred the photos to my iPad and both feel asleep during the transfer. We went back on the road and followed baseline road to the community of Gilbert. Straight like an arrow baseline seems ...
... 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 ...
... have like reddish sand surrounding them. Later on we went to meet up with Tracy, Colton's brother Calen, friend Ecko and the lady who organises the Haiti trips, Pam. Pam was an incredible woman, she was over 50 but had recently ran 143 miles across the Sahara desert and also biked the length of the USA and up to the arctic! She was like a machine. We went to her house, locally known as a " Tumbleweed Home " which is basically a house of everything you need in 100 square ...
... a storage tank that can hold gallons and gallons of water. As it expands and grows, every branch, or arm, adds to its storage capacity.
And the saguaro doesn’t exist just for its self. It provides a home for much desert life. Woodpeckers and flickers peck out nesting holes in the saguaro, making a new home every year. It’s a safe place for raising babies, and it ...