Embassy Suites Hotel Phoenix - Tempe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... of nails, a spinning exhibit, played tug of war, worked with pulleys. In the My6 Digital World we learned about ham radios, watched a 3D printer, did a shadow wall, and a light exhibit played music when the beam was broken. In the Forces of Nature the girls played in the mud making a dam and then we watched a movie on forces of nature (and felt wind, rain, heat, earthquakes, etc). Our final room was the W.O.N.D.E.R. Center where we watched an open heart ...
... we were at the wrong stop, we asked a friendly looking local and he confirmed we needed to be on the other side of the traffic lights... not an easy task on a 6 lane road .. then we saw the tempe bus at the lights eeek..we had to get across before it turned how lucky were we the little white pedestrian man started flashing and we crossed and ran ...
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