Fairfield Inn & Suites Phoenix Midtown
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... I approached the desk and asked if I would have to listen to that all the way to Toronto? Three agents looked at each other smiled and gave me no answer. One shrugged his shoulders looking helpless as if they had never been in this situation before nor knew what to do. Another passenger said to me “they just gave it a tranquilizer so all should be well.” Strike two for Air Canada. I’ve not heard a yap ...
... made it to the the springs; it apparently is quite a fancy facility with lots of security because it is currently up for sale. Don will undoubtedly research its location and they will be able to update me this summer when I go to Park Rapids to resume the card games.
Tonight we'll be at a party thrown by friends of Sandy & Don. Knowing what they served last year and seeing what Sandy & Florence worked on ...
... of those old planes.
And talking about fuel efficient: when you have 4 engines and each one uses 60 gallons of gas an hour…..
You shouldn’t only do what all the other tourists do…. so we went into this park in Tempe with all the locals – which are mostly Mexicans, two birthday parties one with a petting zoo. It was a real nice park, where we had our picnic on the picnic ...
... very impressed by the museum. I only had about three hours to go through the museum, which wasn't nearly enough.
I headed for Nobuo at Teeter House for dinner. It's on Heritage Square across the street from Pizzarian Bianca, where I ate on a previous visit..Nobuo has mostly sushi but there were enough vegetarian items to make up a meal. My meal was fine but I've been to sushi restaurants I've enjoyed more.
... sat nav will continually tell you to turn around. It is 22 miles of unpaved single lane tracks, with the occasional precarious looking bridge over a ravine, plus 26 miles of winding Tarmac that follows when travelling west. It was just as we passed the dam, less that half a mile later, that we spotted a picturesque private beach on the edge of the placid river that flows beyond the dam. You don't see too many cars on this road, so we decided to take a chance, park the car, ...