Fairfield Inn & Suites Phoenix Airport
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... camera and my room key there (under the towels) and it was fine.
The resort provides you a "charge" card upon checking in so that you don't have to carry cash. This is both a convenient thing and a terrible thing. I had to remember that I would be paying for everything when I checked out! We did get drinks to stay hydrated.
We did get hungry and I went up to the bar/cafe by the main pool to find out about food. The ...
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Our four mile hike left us a bit tired today. It was hilly country and just right for using the trekking poles, which we used. One does get a better workout using them, I'm told. It must be the upper extremity involvement that does the trick. As septuagenarians, we need it all...
I've posted a few pictures on flickr and will edit today's this evening and post them there. Thanks for checking them out and for the comments. "It's all good."
I feel like I should post.... since I haven't done so since the first day of my arrival in Phoenix. I was there from the 24th of December until the 13th of January. 3 weeks basically. I was worried when I first booked the trip that it would not be enough. It would end up being plenty of time.
My flight in was like descending to the 9th ring of Hell, you can read about it on the previous entry. It was the worst experience of ...
... passed through Sedona into the Red Rock State Park. Better than Monument Valley in our opinion. Worth hitting on a sunny day as the sky was bright blue and the rocks were at their best. Took Interstate 17 for an overnight stop in luxury hotel in Scottsdale (£35 reduced from £150) temperatures hit 109 degrees today. ...