Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... excellent, all the singers were great. It was fun to see Canada's premier opera house too, only about 8 years old. We had a nice dinner at a schnitzel restaurant near Cris's condo and after collecting our suitcases, headed by taxi to our airport hotel. A good choice to stay there as the storm was ramping up and roads already slippery. Monday morning, still heavy snow and wind and Derry was ...
... for Jefferson's agrarian republic of free men.
Fast forward 125 years to the Australian Constitution which, although it was drafted in the last years of the 19th Century, is more a 20th Century document. Much had happened in the intervening years including the worst ravages of the industrial revolution and the destruction of the agrarian social order of the 18th Century. Indeed by the middle of ...
... first three letters backwards spell Gin. In fact if you take all the letters you get LE GIN. I am The Gin. Now that I fully understand the connection I will happily drink more gin in the future, especially in France. Jen had a day off from filming on Wednesday so we spent the day at the Hotel's water park. It's got all of the usual features, wedgie inducing water slides, a wave pool and best of all a lazy river ride. We bobbed ...
... He spent 20 years to search for the gold. He and his friend Weiser spent in the next 2 decades a lot of gold in the area… if they stole it from another mine or found it – no-one knows. It’s said the (German) Dutchman got a map from Peralta, because he saved him from death. Then Weiser disappeared without a trace – Waltz was gone for long periods and showed up again with gold – the Dutchman died Oct 25, 1891with ...
... were adorable.
We were in the mood to walk off our large brunch, so we headed to the Desert Botanical Gardens, a large botanical park dedicated to desert plants, flowers and other structures, that was about a 10 minute drive north from the Farm. We were excited to see that the gardens were having a special garden exhibit of the work of Dale Chihuly. His work was peppered throughout the gardens and brought out the natural ...