Embassy Suites Phoenix Airport at 24th Street
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... our electric cart driver was still there and drove us to the desk.
The much friendlier agent at the customer service desk was able to get us on a different flight that was leaving in 30 minutes. We no longer needed the cart driver since the gate was literally next to the customer service desk. I tipped the driver. Leslie and I walked around the corner and boarded the plane.
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... up, without flowing it throughout the salad and completely saturating it. As a result, you are able to nonetheless appreciate your salad without sacrificing its total healthiness. Splitting your cafe dish by 50 percent, booking a portion to consume plus a portion to consider house along, can help you stay on track together with your fat loss plan. Eliminate all enticement to overindulge by asking for that the waiter place 1 / 2 of your food in the to-go ...
... I my daughter will meet me in July, but I’m traveling alone again and it seems weird. I realize that traveling with Mark took some of the stress off me in terms of decision making. This also happened with Lisa when we traveled Spain because she spoke Spanish and I did not. I found myself thinking I have no one this year to keep me on track. So it seems I’ve lost some of the confidence I had when I first traveled alone. ...
... side with a little lake and on the other side a dried out river – but who cares, the trees are awesome for climbing on and the grass is nice and soft for a little relaxing.
But we felt very safe here – because: one of The Park Rules sign says “No Weapons allowed in the park – except firearms and knifes”.
Mormon Temple in Mesa
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... this time of the year. They had one room with an exhibit from their permanent collection called Josef Albers and the Interaction of Color. I've seen a lot of Alber's work over the years and never thought much of it but I wasn't aware that he wrote a book, The Interaction of Color, that talks about the theory behind the works and the lessons to be learned from each piece.
They also have a James ...