Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Biltmore
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Day 7. To say that today started off well would be a lie. When I crawled into bed around 11pm last night the wind was starting to howl and bang my rain cover against my tent with a decent amount of force. Around 1am the rain gods unleashed their fury and dumped buckets on my little one-man tent - which took quite a beating - not standing a chance against mother nature. The roof slowly started sinking down, soaked to the brim with rain until it was laying ...
... he even will serve the dinner. Workout for losing weight by no longer working out. Many people hold and present up after they understand that for real suffered fat loss you need to start doing exercises. Trick your mind into heading together with your exercising by not phoning it that. Stay away from the fitness center and get your "figure out" in by laundry your automobile, biking a bike, going on a hike, or any one of one million other pursuits which are ...
... was closed for maintenance… but we still found a way onto the premises… and could have a look at this amazing temple… which looks so out of the place.
Lost Dutchman State Park
We arrived at a super nice campsite – the reddish mountains overlooking the campsite. We had some awesome sunsets with the mountains shining in red and the Saguaro Cactus against the setting sun. This is one ...
... skyspace, Knight Rise. I saw it when it was overcast and, again, after the sun had come out. It wasn't particularly interesting during the day but I understand it's best at sunrise and sunset. The museum is free and open late on Thursdays, which is the only time people get a chance to see it at its best. I'll have to come back.
Someone at the museum told me that there was a train station nearby ...
... autograph on the petrol tank! Mike had been saving this surprise for me as I couldn't manage to see him last year. I HAD to sit on the bike of course and everyone took photographs.
We then had dinner at the Red Sage Restaurant just around then corner (we drove there as you'd never walk ANYWHERE in this heat), were we had three different meals and talked about Easy Rider, other films and American history (sorry Harry!). Back at Mike's place we thumbed though the ...