Embassy Suites Hotel Phoenix Biltmore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Hot tub
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- After the Grand Canyon and Flagstaff, we head off to Phoenix.
- We get gas after traveling 2 and a half hours to Phoenix from Flagstaff
- We got gas for $26.71, then decided to nap until an hour before game-time.
- The hour before the game started each one of us went around each part of ...
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... interns that I am with or the missionaries or others God provides.
These are the main things God is bringing to mind right now. I am sure I will think of more as the trip progresses and I thank all of you for the support both prayerfully and financially that I have received before going out to the mission field!
God bless and stay out of the heat!
... 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
Since it’s on our way we stopped there ...
... 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 ...