Embassy Suites Phoenix Airport at 24th Street
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- Swimming pool
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When I returned to the villa about Noon the kids were back from swimming and so after a quick shower, Laneshia and I had them loaded and ready to head towards Phoenix to visit the Arizona Science Center - a science museum located in the downtown area.
While we were with the kids Travis decided to get some rest and my parents and Shaunette wanted to visit a nearby casino called the Talking Stick Resort. So it ...
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Tuesday, May 13, 2014, 11:33:15 AM Phoenix time
I just left Phoenix on Air Canada heading to Toronto. So far my experience with Air Canada has been a negative one. I booked my flight to Dublin with them due to price which was $733.00 round trip from Phoenix. Only drawback was the return trip would be 30 hours which for the price I can live with. About a week before the flight I get notification of a flight change. I ...
... for nice pictures – not gold.
And we learned:
- The Palo Verde is not only the Arizona State Tree, but also the easy recognizable little tree with the green colored trunk and branches
- the fruit Chain Cholla is the Cactus with the big fruits hanging down and looking like the Teddy bear cactus in tree form
- the prickly pear cactus is a total different one with the flat pear looking 'leaves'
... very impressed by the museum. I only had about three hours to go through the museum, which wasn't nearly enough.
I headed for Nobuo at Teeter House for dinner. It's on Heritage Square across the street from Pizzarian Bianca, where I ate on a previous visit..Nobuo has mostly sushi but there were enough vegetarian items to make up a meal. My meal was fine but I've been to sushi restaurants I've enjoyed more.