Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... then we hit the traffic.
We had to descend from 8,000 feet down to sea level and the road was pretty curvy and had a definite gradient to it. At 6,000 feet we got stuck in a traffic jam for an hour as a lorry had smashed into a pickup truck and the road had to be closed off. We made the best of our time in a stationary Scooby though, rocking out to some really random tunes on the radio (Ruth has dubbed today National Obscure Song Day) ...
... electronics, technologies, mailboxes, storage areas, supply rooms, desks, etc . ). But get it wrong, and also you might be left tied into a costly lease with premises that might not really suit your needs in the future. Philip Dodson, of Office Planet describes what businesses have to do to get the correct office space to fulfill their specifications. What sort of Workplace Do You Need? Before you begin the search for your office, you need to know what type ...
Brian leaned over to me at the end of the flight and said, "livin' on a prayer" is in my head. When I asked why... He started belting out the lyrics, "whoa we're halfway there". Indeed! Just landed in Phoenix. First leg of the flight was great. Barbara, our first class flight attendant, gave us a shoutout over the loudspeaker to congratulate us on our ...
... we had a Taco Bell for lunch. After lunch we headed south with Phoenix still being about an hr & 15 mins away. We also enjoyed seeing tumbleweeds pass our path since we really had not seen those for real before.
Neither kid really rested but missy enjoyed seeing the tall cacti that started dotting the hills next the car. Eventually we made it to Phoenix & to our hotel though we were two hrs early for check in. The woman checking ...
A day of two temperatures; I started in Flagstaff, up in good time to fit a run in, which meant I was subjected to almost the worst of the icy breeze that blew through, overruling in its own way any warmth that might have crept in from a bright sun. It was a little better by 9.30, when I finished, but not so much that I wanted to stay outside. I had at least explored the hill that sites the Lowell observatory, which has a couple of walks decorated with galactic ...