Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Chandler - E. Chandler Blvd.
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... were going out to eat but with the rain didn’t play pool or go out to eat. I fixed some fried cod for Phil and we ate the Tortellini soup with it.
January 30, 2015-Friday—It is still raining! At least half of yesterday and ALL day today-very dark out too. We didn’t do much this morning and Phil did some work with his book and then we started playing games-Monopoly, Fact or ****, Air Travel and had much fun! Dinner was a ...
... are profoundly different.
For the US, with its roots in the mid-18th Century, Enlightenment philosophy and Common Sense Realism were the important influences and philosophers including the Englishman John Locke and, later, the Scott David Hume and Frenchman Jean-Jacques Rousseau provided the intellectual fuel. Locke's influence, in particular, can be seen in the wording of both the Declaration of Independence ...
... travel which I’ve not seen in a long time.
I first started going to England in 2006 and traveled alone and did so for the next two years. For the next three years my friend Mark and I traveled together for part of the time spent there. Two years ago I traveled with friend Lisa for almost the whole time I was over there. Last year Mark and I traveled together again and after he left I traveled with my daughter. ...
Visited Queen Creek Olive Mill today, a family owned, working farm growing & pressing olives for the production of high quality extra virgin olive oil. Had a great farm to table lunch, eating outside in the olive grove. Of course came away with some yummy olives & EVOO. Dinner was at the High tide seafood bar & grill. Just opened 3 weeks prior. Excellent meal & craft ...
... Legend of the lost Dutchman:
A fantastic goldmine is here, like no one ever saw – people seeking it vanish without a trace – according to the Apache Indians the Thunder gods protect the mine, bringing death to those who attempt to pillage it.
A Spanish guy: Peralta found in 1845 a gold mine; he concealed the entrance, so no-one finds it, but got killed with all his man by the Apache who didn’t like ...