Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Airport - E. Oak St.
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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This is going to be a pretty short entry as we knew it was going to be super-hot today, so we planned it in as a lazy day. I had breakfast in bed watching Once Upon a Time, then went and sat in the sun with Hayley for a bit. We decided it was time to go find the pool on the complex so all four of us went out and found it. It's a two minute walk from the house and since it was a Monday morning no one else was there.
We lounged by the pool for a ...
... sick. Turkey. Chicken. Beef. Pork. Potato. Fries. Pumpkin cheesecake. Lemon meringue pie. Custard tart. Ice cream. Sooo much!!!
After dinner, Hannah, the Sydney chick, came to pass on some photos she took, as her camera is amazing! She's basically a pro. Probably because she's from Ryde. If you're reading this Hannah, I'm terribly sorry for all the constant, hilarious antics us Aussies were on. We explained to the other ...
... as well as spas. There is also the water park which requires a wrist band (available at the front desk) to enter.
Sunday the kids also came to me. We went to the Harkins North Valley theaters to see "Guardians of the Galaxy". They do have both kids and senior tickets. Of course, the visit to the snack bar quickly doubled the price of the tickets but that is what grandmothers are for! The theater was clean (we did go to the ...
... to Europe! to live! to see everything! I feel like a 20-something again, bubbling over with excitement and the wonder of every new day and what it holds for me. After so many years of responsibility, child-rearing and solid citizenship, I am now as excited about the future as I was in my twenties when I took my first college trip abroad. Yes, home free retirement is rejuvenating. I feel as if I've found the fountain of youth. ...
... stuff that Edmonton is being bombarded with. Sorry folks but I can't say I miss it but do feel for you. Bill Austin from back home sent some photos of all the snow already in Edmonton and I feel for you all, particularly Kirsten who is taking care of our place.
We're staying at the Mesa Regal RV park that is 68% Canadians. The first night had a Managers Happy Hour around the pool and it was packed and why not with 25cent beers, a live ...