Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Airport
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... would not be getting anywhere, but our flight was listed as on time, so we got our shuttle and got all checked in for our 10 am flight. We even boarded on time. But, we waited for some people connecting from another flight, and then waited to be fuelled up, problems with that because of the weather, then we had to wait for a larger "tug" to push us back, because of the snow piles. ...
... sup>th Century one fifth of Britons died from tuberculosis, a figure that would have been matched in every industrialised city of the time. Against this background it is little wonder that the Australian Founding Fathers were influenced by the Utilitarian concepts of Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill which proposed that the greatest happiness to the greatest number as the measure of right and wrong. This was a break from the ideals ...
... a few circuits on the lazy river, captured a few z's and, what do you know, it was time for lunch. The afternoon went the same way but without the exertions of the lazy river. You can only do so much bobbing. Yesterday it was back to The Griddle House to see Jen in action once more. We arrived just as they were filming a wide angle shot showing most of the restaurant, so we had to sit out of the way in the VIP room. We were ...
... of gold beneath him. No-one who searched found the mine. It’s unknown how many died in search of the gold mine
The Superstition Mountain: when the Spanish came and explored it, men began to vanish mysteriously and found later with their heads cut off
It’s a ‘Ghost town’… ok the buildings look old and cool…. But then every building got a new purpose like a store ...
... shapes of the plants. Similar to the Chilhuly Gardens and Glass exhibit in Seattle's City Center, it was very well curated and worth the price of admission (which was $22 for adults).
The gardens are set in a hilly area and surrounded by red desert rock. Including all the varieties of cactus, plants and animals native to the Sonora desert, there are also exhibits showing structures of the native peoples' of the Sonora, such as ...