Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Airport
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... Python and Weird Al. We entertained our fellow travellers and they in turn provided us with some laughs, so thank you man with dog, school bus of teenage boys and driver of the empty special people bus, we enjoyed your company.
Once out of the traffic Hayley decided to keep driving and got us all the way to our house in Phoenix at 7:30pm. That makes our day 12½ hours long since we relived an hour. We were all pretty knackered and just about ...
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If everything went as planned, I should have been arriving to JFK in about two hours, but if course that would be too simple. Before I could leave Ontario airport, we had to sit in the plane for about an hour before we were allowed to take off due to severe dust storms and thunderstorms in Phoenix, where I should have connected onto JFK. Because of the delay, I ran for about ten minutes from ...
... kind let me know that that a bottom unit would be available in about 30 mins which was fine with us because we could go do some shopping & then come back to check in. We went to a Safeway near by grabbed some breakfast items & milk & tea to last us for the next few days & headed back. Thankfully our room was ready. 1709 was our room number with one bedroom & bath. It had a pull out couch in the living & a small but ...
... you (if you don't run past) about the planets you can see. There are a lot of telescopes up there, too. Profound. After lunch grabbed at Pita palace, which turned out to be another of Flagstaff's many healthy eating places, rather than the fast food I'd expected, I was on the Greyhound to Phoenix-heading down to an altitude of just 1,000 ft. One of the many ways developed countries use their great experience of life is in giving themselves generous timetables; so my ...