Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Biltmore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... were working around him. We got to feed a giraffe and he clearly knew I was his kindred human as he went straight for my celery stick first.
Unbeknownst to me one of the animals we would be encountering on this part of the tour would be an ostrich, so all photos of her are from the others as I wasn’t about to take my eyes of the winged beast. However she was the most docile ostrich ever as she hugged Jorge happily. The rest of the tour was thankfully ...
... just get one each to accompany our sundaes. So that's exactly what we ordered. 1x frozen hot chocolate, 1xfrozen peanut butter hot chocolate, 1x deep fried Oreo sundae, and a deep fried snickers sundae. The waitress looked at us and said "just for the two of you?" And she looked very concern. We looked at each other and realized we had no idea what we got ourselves into. By the time we got her attention we already had our frozen hot chocolates, so we cancelled ...
Beginning this blog is one more sign that our dreams are coming true. Cory and I have planned our retirement for over a year, ever since I read Lynne and Tim Martin's blog about Home Free retirement at http://homefreeadventures.com/ . I went home that night over a year ago and told my long-suffering husband, "This is it! This is what I want to do!" They really have inspired us to make our dream of travel and seeing the world ...
Now at Phoenix airport, after 7.5 hours drive from Santa Fe. Easy freeway drive (easy for Amr and me!!), and despite being freeway, through quite beautiful and varied country. Deserts, rocks, mesas, mountains. Temperature in Santa Fe was -10° C in the morning. We had to get the hotel help scrape the ice off our windscreen...stayed very cold as we drove through New Mexico, warmed up by Arizona, and now in Phoenix it is about ...
We left the Grand Canyon quite early, partly brought on by the same old problem of the battery running down and the furnace not kicking in because there isn't enough juice to power the fan.
We have crisscrossed Route 66 several times in Arizona and heading south from the Grand Canyon brought us to Williams again on 66, a small town with many cute 50's style shops selling the typical memorabilia from the soda shop era. We wandered around browsing ...