Hampton Inn Phoenix-Biltmore
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... to get back to Phoenix at around 10 PM, now I would not arrive until after midnight. My flight was supposed to leave Dublin at 9 AM and will not leave until Noon. I called the airline to see if there was something they could do to get me home earlier. Spoke to a representative who seemed friendly enough explained my situation and asked if there were any other flights. After a bit she said there were other flights however, ...
... x" amount of time and pays for the privilege. This year, starting a week or so ago, she can open up the line twice a week for about an hour each time. Last year, that happened in the middle of the night as I recall; this year, it's late afternoon. I'm thinking she prefers the latter.
The three of us did a lot of visiting and some running around. It was nice to be able to just let life flow with and around us. Thanks ...
... see one split in half, like cut with a knife. It’s fun to walk around them and even more amazing, that none of them actually felt down…. So we had a lot of fun walking around them and also enjoying the amazing view into the valley - with more boulder like mountains in the area.
Our first Casino visit… with staying overnight in the Casino. Now I still can’t really get it, what the ...
... designed by James Turrell. I drove past the station but I didn't see any parking so I didn't stop. It didn't look particularly interesting.
Next I went to the Musical Instrument Museum. I was expecting a little place I could go through in an hour or two. My GPS lead me to a large building. Even as I was walking up to the building I was still thinking it was going to be a small museum and that most of ...
... however I wouldn't know, as I spent an hour glued to my seat and looking anything I could or just with my eyes shut so as to avoid the 700ft drops around me. This was pretty much it for both the rest of the dirt and tarmac road of the trail, steep winding roads with the most amazing views as far as the eye can see. By far this was our favourite bit of the trip so far, despite Tanya's tears and fearful screams, an amazing experience, which despite mixed reviews on ...