Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Chandler
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... wait, fingers crossed I get on the next available flight at 1:10am departing towards JFK airport. This has been a very poor start of my journey but I am hoping it gets better. Already missing my mom and my girlfriend, Elysah. It was tough saying goodbye to them today. Regardless of what happens, I should still be able to connect in JFK and get on the right flight to London arriving Sunday ...
... When we checked in I found out that they served a hot breakfast there & occasionally even dinners but I liked the idea of just having breakfast on our own for a change.
After unloading the car, we laid the kids down for some rest. Mr eventually fell asleep & missy kept her self awake. I ended up going to do some laundry since we badly needed it for the kids. While the clothes were whirling around, I talked to my cousins ...
... brightly painted and lit up by the sun. The US is generally short on hostels, but those I've been to have been very good. The hostel in Flagstaff is fabulously located near the Amtrak station and has everything you could need, as well as being strangely quiet despite the number of people staying there. Some get up late and you don't see them, others are up early for the canyon and disappear, while the kitchen seemed to be only occasionally used. Camel backpackers here ...