Hampton Inn Phoenix-Biltmore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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... they plant here in the winter. However the good news is that the ponds look great! Seriously the course is slowly coming back and it was to my good fortune that I got to play a high end course for a modest green fee. The other great news is that I was paired with a nice couple from Vancouver, Joy and Jim . Tomorrow onto the MIM museum.
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... worn by Madeleine Albright much more effective than my initial reaction expected it to be. She wore some beautiful objects, some of them large, such as the zebra pin that sat on her shoulder to meet Nelson Mandela. As a quote from Albright says, her pins may not have ever set the world on fire, but then avoiding anything inflammatory is exactly what a diplomat is supposed to do. Once through the museums I was tired and hungry, and ...
... impressive farewell. It was as picturesque as we could have hoped for, with the orange glow intensifying the orange and red mountains which could be seen stretching for countless miles in either direction.
When we had our fill of the moment, we hopped into the truck and headed back down to check out the main town that sat at the bottom of the mountain. Laura wanted to find a quaint little street that she discovered on her last trip to the area but we ...