Fairfield Inn & Suites - Phoenix
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The title comes from an Isaac Hayes song. Don't bother playing it - it's rubbish - but it does have a useful title!
This holiday (or vacation, if you're of an American persuasion) got planned this summer. Back in 1994 we rented a motorhome or RV (Ridiculously large Vehicle) from Los Angeles, doing 4000 miles over 3 weeks in California, …
... in Ireland and VRBO has an abundance of options available. Once we decided on what part of the country that we wanted to stay in, it was time to search the listings. When we began to look, we knew that we wanted a place with a nice kitchen and a place that had good reviews from past guests.
Diane began to send me listings at work and the entry for the old house immediately caught my eye. The listing exceeded all of our expectations. We saved it to our favorites ...
... line the street handing out cards for 'Girls direct to you’. Although Vegas is huge the strip is probably only a mile long and nothing we saw outside (or inside it) would persuade to live there. But it seems to be harmless enough, (unless you loose your shirt) and in the end is a shrine to fun as much as money.
We don’t look back and head north for a great big dollop of natural beauty. The dessert gives way to mountains and we gradually climb to ...
... pros and cons aside, Arizona is very comfortable living and it's just been very nice being able to relax and take everything in. It's been SO, SO great to be able to reconnect with family and old friends and just catch up on the last couple months. Honestly, I do feel like I am overwhelmed with so much stimulus after surviving four weeks out of a duffel bag, but I'm trying to incorporate the best from both worlds and find a happy medium. ...
... to know who was more excited to see each other Roxy or us! After a quick snack and lots of time with Roxy we all headed for showers before falling into bed.
This morning we will go to the Post Office to pick up on the threads of normal life. Tomorrow or Monday I'll look at the hundreds of emails that are no doubt waiting in my email inbox at work. Today we'll just try to catch up on sleep, laundry, watering, etc.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services