Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Scottsdale - Old Town
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Our last day....another chilled out one.
We swam first thing, played some games and had bagels for lunch. In the afternoon we visited the Pueblo Grande Museum & archaeological park in Phoenix. It shows the history of the Hohokam people and an outdoor trail reveals remains of the village from 1450.
It was a very hot day so we headed back to cool off in the pool. A little later we walked to Dukes Bar for dinner; salad, wings and ...
... are loving it, and are very busy!!
However, Bud wasn't so busy that he couldn't make us a delicious Chinese New Year dinner for us (third one for us, all delicious and very welcome!) including yummy appies, chow mien and BBQ pork ribs. Donna followed the meal up with red & yellow layered jello and fruit parfaits (haven't had that for years...it was great!), and fortune cookies, a ...
... the flat bit gave way to a very climby bit and
we could see someone ‘up there’. We waited till he came down and on his advice
of a worthwhile view from the top we made our way scrabbling to the top,
passing his wife on her way down. They waited to watch us climb and she took
photos of us on the climb and at the top. John asked her to send us the pics!
So with a bit of shouting from the top we gave them a ...
... mountain Park. As we climbed steadily from the parking area we watched the parade of jets float lazily down to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
Then as we reached the summit we dropped slightly down into the central valley plateau and lost sight of the urban bustle of Tempe and Pheonix around us. About 1.5 miles from the trailhead, we came to the signed junction to Hidden Valley. Almost ...
... we finished it measured 26'x44' and consumed 4,560 paving stones (weighing a total of 24,000lbs) - our backs hurt! The neighbors didn't offer to help but they looked after us - they invited us for mid-day BBQ's or snacks and being diplomatic, they would bring over a beer every day at 4:30PM and "inspect" our progress but wouldn't leave - this tactic effectively shut off the equipment, stopped the dust and quelled the ...