Days Inn Phoenix West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... bar on Saddle stools. The whole place was decorated with money that previous guests had written notes on or signed. The bartender said there was over $120,000 on the walls from about 25 different countries (we added our $1 bill). The bathroom had low saloon style doors on the stalls, with painted western ladies from the neck down on the doors and the heads on the wall behind the toilets. From the street, the building looked like an old western ...
... would not be getting anywhere, but our flight was listed as on time, so we got our shuttle and got all checked in for our 10 am flight. We even boarded on time. But, we waited for some people connecting from another flight, and then waited to be fuelled up, problems with that because of the weather, then we had to wait for a larger "tug" to push us back, because of the snow piles. ...
... our patience by 'Travel-god': an ethereal overseer of our ventures who we're convinced is helping us along our way. Since Nick's been in the states we have found $10 on the street, been given unlikely rides into town and come across uncommonly good luck. In this instance we had been talking over breakfast about how good it would be to have sultanas in our cereal. As we were waiting for our van in the cafe, a random woman walked up with a small ...
... sensation Crystal Langhorne who amassed 27 pts that night (with ease!) :)
As mentioned i was just in 'little kid excitement mode' and soaking it all in for the most part (& taking pics!) so check out the game report here :)
Ohh even better, here are some game highlights https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3GLy7u _WeE
The one thing i am still super impressed about, especially in person!! :), ...
... Old Town, Scottsdale. It bills itself as "the West's most Western town" which I'm struggling to get my head around. I can think of two interpretations neither of which seem plausible. Discuss. Anyway it is very touristy and I'm not convinced that it is authentic, but you know me , always the sceptic ( for a long time I thought this was how I got the nickname "sceptic tank" until someone told me it was cos I'm full of s**t ). ...