Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Midtown
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... design panel, which was led by four prop designers that were far from amateurs. Finally, we went to a pumpkin carving session, which was not in fact a demonstration of carving but a talk by a very famous sculptor, Ray Villafane, who has worked in many mediums including sand but actually prefers pumpkins. He did a slide show of some of his work and it was truly amazing (during most of these sessions, Dessa was playing games on her iPhone).
... who said she certainly was! She had worked all day and was tired so went home.
January 29, 2015 Thursday—French toast for breakfast. Around here all you hear is the SuperBowl that will be played here in AZ on Sunday. And it is overcast and finally some rain appeared! I went through all my ‘favorite’ books and took about ¾ of them out in boxes to the shed. I also took one bookcase out of the bedroom and it looks and feels ...
... shouting for people to clear an aisle, threatening to halt boarding, no clear delineation of where anyone was supposed to stand or wait, just a general mess. I wasn't in a hurry or worried about it, really, just observing the insanity.
I know it's too silly and trivial to focus on, but human beings have been traveling for a very long time--all of our ancestors were nomadic hunter-gatherers, after all. We ...
Bonjour! We met Pat and JC at the USAirways lounge at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport and are all excited about our trip together. Our plane was late into Philadelphia for our connection and we just made our flight to Paris. Have to remember to schedule more time in between connections :)
... 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 ...