Hampton Inn Phoenix / Glendale / Peoria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... last month, and have put it up in storage down in Williams Az. about 45 minutes from were we are living (I miss living in that thing). So anyway Marge is still a CSR at the IMAX theater (still working for Pink Jeep) and just got a promotion to Level II CSR. I am still a Tour Guide, and have learned a lot more then I knew last year...In Dec. I will be going to CIG training (Makes me a Certified Guide). other then that just ...
... Anytime i have vacation, especially in summer, i alwaya refer to the last day of work as "Last day of school". Especially since my previous trip have ranged from 1 to 2 months it definitely feels like a summer vacation LAST DAY OF SCHOOL. ...
... patties were frozen! I brought them out to the RV, we shared one and went on our way.
As for the Super Bowl, we might have been better off ordering 2 large steaks and waiting for them to thaw...thus missing the entire game!
While in Tucson at Geri's, we did a mountain's load of laundry; went to the annual Gem & Mineral Show; enjoyed a return visit to a Greek restaurant; and went to the town of Tubac for their ...
... to work in. And the rain continues without a pause—Everything is flooded and the bricks around my shrubs are underwater! The street is one big gully, and no letup! I was taking pictures and my camera locked up—am trying to charge it in hopes that is all the problem is. I had suitcase neatly pack till I needed the camera cord- and it was on the very bottom – so all is out on the bed again. Over an hour later and it is only a drizzle of rain. My ...
... the southern part of the US.
There are a number of defunct or retired DC-10's, 747's and other large commercial aircraft parked at KGYR. It's a small "boneyard" compared to a few others in the dry desert climate where a hundred or more old airliners are parked. On my RTW trip, flying from Vanuatu to Pago Pago, I talked to a Quantas crew flying overhead who were ferrying a plane to a boneyard in California. Sad to see all that technology sitting idle.