Hampton Inn & Suites Phoenix/Scottsdale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... great and the pools were outstanding. We went when it was very hot and not a lot of visitors so the pools were nice and quiet when we wanted to go for a swim. We took the complimentary shuttle a couple times and found that the driver was very nice and helpful and even recommended a great restaurant in Old ...
... family. That produces them match wherein is pleasing towards eye. When you buy color swatches originating from a store, check out the shades from the same position on each card. These are the ones concentrating on the same hue values. Seek out innovative approaches to add storage and organization to your home. You need to use decorative baskets to prepare papers ...
... outside of Mesa in the desert mountains. It is a tourist attraction for sure, but fun.....a country band was playing and you buy a burger, hot dog or chicken and sit outside and listen to music. Last night we went out for pizza at a place called Organ Stop Pizza. The restaurant was built around a 6000 pipe Theater Organ and they preform nightly. It was fun, ...
... mountain ranges (Superstition Range). Rod drove us through amazing topography - up and down and around and around. Thankfully Gina had pre-ordered our tickets as the departures were for the most part full. We went onto the enclosed upper deck behind windows we could open for photography. And photograph I did. Unfortunately the only animals we saw were Mountain Sheep and some well trained ducks - that is they came to the boat to be fed popcorn and the like. Too ...
The conference was held at the same Marriott where I fell and broke my ankle in 2006. Not fond memories of this place! We did have fun, though. The Musical Instruments museum was one of the fun things we did. And, Larry was recognized as the top advisory account advisor in the country! The donkey was not his ...