Crowne Plaza Phoenix Airport
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... so I headed over to Grand Canyon University
... awesome this was to all you guys reading.. But everyone would agreed that you just can't. And again, any photos, do not even show the level of amazement that the Grand Canyon is. It really makes you realize the big and powerful nature of America. It is definitely one big ass country. Some close edge shots and some group picks and we were on our way back to the hotel. We were heading back early for sunrise the next day.
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... as we drove in to Phoenix at 1:15 PM. This will open up tomorrow to possibly take in a pre-season MLB game. The last time we were in Phoenix we walked up maybe half of Camelback mountain and were forced to turn around because we just weren't prepared for the huge hike. This time we had lots of water and were better prepared for this hike. The hike is just over 1 mile long but is quite hard. The hike was mostly made up of rocks on a very steep ...
... in NZ as the speed limit on the motorway is 75 miles (120kms). To be honest, the way the Americans drive actually pretty good, they all seem to be very polite in letting each other pass. Also, all the slow vehicles drive in one lane (like trucks) unless passing, it seems to make things run so smoothly.
I've seen this kind of thing before I the Middle East and thought it makes a heap of sense, however I can't picture NZ ever ...