Holiday Inn & Suites Phoenix Airport North
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... animals are, and the bonds the people who work there have with them is wonderful.
I suppose in the spirit of honesty I should reveal my own idiocies of the day since I do write everyone else’s up! Upon leaving the house out the back door I managed to not realise it was shut and thus walked into the glass pane like a moron. Thankfully my water bottle was in my hand and hit the glass before my face! Then on the way to the park we had to stop for petrol ...
... have either bicycles or golf carts to get around the complex.
There is a card game of Hand and Foot here on Wednesday, I think Margaret will be going to that as she sure misses her Friday Canasta or maybe I should say her Friday chats.
We are leaving here on Friday 7th November and heading to Albuquerque to catch up on a ...
... from McDonald's to Wendy's and Jack in the Box.
After ordering our lunch and it being wrong we were back on the road.
We reached our hotel in good time and wanted to get checked in and head to the pool before the sun had gone completely. The hotel staff were very friendly and the hotel itself was clean and tidy, apart from our room was still a bit dusty and I'm sure there was blood left on ...
Our four mile hike left us a bit tired today. It was hilly country and just right for using the trekking poles, which we used. One does get a better workout using them, I'm told. It must be the upper extremity involvement that does the trick. As septuagenarians, we need it all...
I've posted a few pictures on flickr and will edit today's this evening and post them there. Thanks for checking them out and for the comments. "It's all good."
... not be over until 8 PM that night. I slept a lot of the flight. My layover in Houston was blessed by Fast 5 and Fast 6 courtesy of my buddy Doug Torda. Despite all the sleep I got on the plane I was completely wiped out and only halfway done with my journey. The next part would be daunting. I would take the city bus from the Hostel on Tuesday and get a bus to home from the bus terminal. I had also wanted to stop at the cellular ...