Embassy Suites Hotel Phoenix Biltmore
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We decided to stay at the Embassy Suites in Phoenix for a few reasons. First, Scott is a Hilton diamond member, so he prefers to stay at Hilton properties. We specifically chose the Embassy Suites because it had a complimentary shuttle to and from the airport and I always prefer a 2-room suite with kitchen when traveling with the children. The …
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... park to help kids cool down in the really hot Arizona summers. The kids & Jon enjoyed that. After touring more animals, we got a sweet treat for each child. After the kids ate their treats we said good-bye to my aunt & cousin until dinner time when we were meeting up.
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... isn't a bad seat in the house. Halfway through the tour we stopped for cookies and hot apple cider. It was an amazing property and I would happily go back to tour some of the other buildings on the site, like the students' designed and executed shelters. Although given the packs of coyotes we heard howling, I wouldn't want to venture into the desert at night.
By the time we were done with the tour we were ready for dinner, so ...