Fairfield Inn & Suites Phoenix Midtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... the driver tried to put us both into his little seat, then hailed down a friend and had me transfer to the other pericycle. They took us to the wrong mall, and we had a shouting match over the fare. In the end, Jim insisted I kept paying them more and more of the American dollars I had, a total that came to $37.00! It was a big rip off and they had seen us coming. But Jim was concerned for our safety. We finally made our way over to the safer area near the ...
... they opened the waiting area at our gate. There were few areas outside to sit and there was no air conditioning. It was hot. When we did get into the waiting area, there were not enough seats for the passengers on our flight. We boarded and left on-time. We landed in Newark before 2:00 PM and had a 5-hour layover. Steve's knee was bothering him so we had lunch and ...
... included visits to both the Heard museum and Phoenix art museum, though. The former was started by Dwight and Maie Heard to house their own collection of Indian artefacts, and has expanded from their 3,000 to 40,000 objects. It looked to be energetically curated, with exhibitions coming and going with speed to supplement the large main room to which you head first, which has pots and paraphernalia along with some tribal history. The ...
Alarm woke me up at 5am! Had a quick wash and checked out of USA Hostel. Had to wake up Anthony who was asleep outside as he wasn't allowed to stay one more night. He was still so ****** and stank off beer, ha. We got a cab to the bus station. Our bus was due at 7am, we didn't leave until 10:30 as two cops were shot it LA and they locked down the whole city! Freaky stuff. The bus station is in down town LA ...
Arriving in Phoenix at 4pm in the afternoon, you're instantly reminded of what 108F feels like the second you step foot outside. Everyone always immediately says "oh, but it's a dry heat." Dry maybe, but brutal.
Our hotel, which Caroline booked using Priceline.com for $35 a night is in North Scottsdale. For $35 including breakfast, I was a little skeptical, but it's actually quite nice. We settled in, ...