Days Inn And Suites Scottsdale North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... to open. So, the agent got her supervisor who said that we could pay him the extension fee ($50.00 BZ/$25.00 US per person) and they would correct the passport stamp so that we wouldn't have any problems if we should return to Belize in the future. Ok. Jeff pays the additional fee but now we don't have enough money to pay the bus fare. Now what? Well, we continue the short drive to the Mexican border where we get out and have our passport checked ...
... a visit to Albertsons supermarket and a sandwich, packet of chips (crisps) and another drink we were ready to board again. My god that place was hot, we heard it was over 100 degrees and to be honest it felt like it. Our next stop was Gila Bend, again one of hose towns with just a general store, petrol station and oh yes a second hand car sales place (random). Again twenty or so minutes we were on the last leg of the day, just about an hour and a half to ...
... except for last minute stuff, and this time I will check my list before leaving! I baked lots of cookies and have them in a bag meant to take hot or cold food to an event, because no more room in my suitcase! I will be packing that and my backpack but for once it is almost empty since I will not be taking my big computer! So did stuff around here all morning and then dressed for the Cirque de Soleil. I left here at 1, made 2 stops and then on to Monticello and 19th Ave ...
Thursday wasThanksgiving so Mark and Svetlana picked us up for our first mountain hike.. we drove to the Mcdowell mountains and parked at the base, in 124th street ,ready to climb the Sunrise Trail.. this trail straddles the mountainous divide between Scottsdale and Fountain hills.
it is a gentle hike at first with hundreds of cactus lining the path, growing to about 30ft tall, after about 1.5miles you reach the saddle where you get the first views over the ...