Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Biltmore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... same as the first restaurant we had been to. We all ended up getting pretty good food & chatting for quite a while. We then went over to JJ & Mikaela's house for a bit more chatting & eventually we said good night. The children were quite tired by the time we got back to the hotel & went to sleep pretty quickly.
I had to ask for another blanket for our bed though since the previous night I was freezing. :)
Camping at St. David's Twin Lakes RV Resort is always one of my favorite "go back to again and again" sites. It's more homey than grand, but always feels welcoming. At the monastery down the road, we scored big at the thrift store. Florence spent $2 for a pair of like-new Chico jeans and I found a replacement 8 piece comforter set. That was after we had stopped at the book store and secured a ...