DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Phoenix
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Good location near the airport. We had a nice suite with plenty of room to spread out. Included breakfast buffet was well stocked with a variety of choices.
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Yet another dawn patrol flight from Houston this time to Phoenix. We were on the ground by 8 AM and on our way a short time later.
We headed out to the stadium to pick up our tickets at the StubHub office at Westgate. We drove across town and conducted a driveby of Scottsdale before heading back near the airport to check in to our hotel. …
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