Four Points By Sheraton Phoenix South
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... Wisconsin. We took an excellent guided tour, telling mainly of the time he spent here, how his philosophy, which he called organic architecture, shaped the buildings. He thought that buildings should fit in with the landscape, both in shape and materials, so triangles repeat the shape of the mountains and nothing ...
... to. Passing the time away with a few silly photos in the gardens outside we eventually went back to our seats at the bar for our main course. The problem was the dishes on the apps menu all sounded awesome! Bad on that we had five appetisers (it was a tapas like place) and one dish, the lamb manti, was so good we had it twice, and had considered it a third! A bottle of rosé ordered and complimentary bubbly delivered we were well on our way to smashville. We chatted with ...
... from Minnesota sat with us, David and ?. David had just recently lost his wife, enjoyed them and Ron E Cash music. Home through the rain and settled in for bedtime.
March 9th-Thurdsay- I heard that Magnesium would help for Restless Legs. So last night it worked! Maybe just a coincidence and maybe it really works, but I will take it for a while and see. I did get a good night sleep and did not wake till almost 10! We hung around here today as it is ...
Visitied old friends in Phoenix. We lived here from 1987 through 1991 and still have a few friends left here from those years: Scott and Dianne Mitchell, Ken and Jen Sanford, Chris and Val Talant. Alot happens in 20 years! We had a little catching up to do. We visited our old church here and saw a long list of other folks with whom we spent a few minutes. It's nice to be vaguely remembered.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center