Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Metro - Black Canyon Highway
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... soup and fried cod. The soup was even better tonight and we finished it off. And yes, it is still raining.
January 31, 2015 Saturday-Did not wake up till around 10- maybe cause we didn’t get to bed till after 1am?? I did some shopping-$ store, Walgreens to pick up some photos we had ordered and Walmart to return some and get a new lamp for the computer room. We did play pool tonight and I won 2. Then to Scuttlebuttes for a large pizza. They do a good job on them ...
... Constitution. Rousseau’s Theory of the Natural Human which proposed that "uncorrupted morals" prevail in the "state of nature" set the tone for the first nation state based on the concept of natural rights and belief that all government was a limitation on freedom, albeit a necessary limitation in limited circumstances. It was an antidote to the exercise of feudal and church power, the embodiment of the European Enlightenment and the ...
... I my daughter will meet me in July, but I’m traveling alone again and it seems weird. I realize that traveling with Mark took some of the stress off me in terms of decision making. This also happened with Lisa when we traveled Spain because she spoke Spanish and I did not. I found myself thinking I have no one this year to keep me on track. So it seems I’ve lost some of the confidence I had when I first traveled alone. ...
Isn't it amazing how you can be suddenly struck by the bleedin' obvious and can't imagine why it's never occurred to you before. We were relaxing in the hot tub on Wednesday evening after a hectic day sleeping in the hotel's water park. Naturally, the G&T club was in session to help kick start the relaxation process. Then, in a flash, it suddenly came to me. The reason why I'm so partial to the occasional Gin. It's in my ...
... It is said the mine is close to the Finger of gold or named Weaver’s needle after the explorer Pauline Weaver who etched his name in the rock – points to the goldmine.
Jacob Waltz was actually a German and born in Germany, he went west in search for gold – he settled north of the Superstitious mountains and heard from the apache about the supernatural doings around the Mountain, about a fierce god and vast deposits ...