Hampton Inn Phoenix / Glendale / Peoria
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... So after looking around, searching on our phones and feeling a little defeated the kids and I just ate in the car and Corey would just have to wait. Then we passed by a beautiful campground with picnic tables and a big parking lot and hoped we would find a place to turn around and go back. We did and it was just what we were hoping for! Corey finally got to eat and there was even a little trail that led to a stream. When I ...
... s for pie, but settled for apple bread and actually would recommend that instead of pie. As we left, a women came out to ask about our dogs. She was joined by her husband and another couple, all from Quebec. They traveled in two rather luxurious buses, both towing Jeeps. During our conversation, one of them mentioned that he had sold his park model trailer in Mission, TX. While there, someone had found an abandoned litter of six ...
... took a tour with me and had a great time talking about the canyon and other things in general and after we got back, he gave me a $100 tip (1st time for that), I get tips all the time but that was a 1st for me, so that was pretty exciting. A few other things I have been doing, took a ride in a helicopter over the canyon (which was pretty exciting), got a different view from ...
... to try theirs. So just stayed on the freeway and enjoyed a good Pizza and a Eggplant Lifeboat (4 Italian sausages with a great Eggplant Parmesan on top!). Back home to watch Fox and relax. February 25th -Monday- A lazy day, sunny but cool! Will it ever get warm around here?????? A guy came by to talk to us about lowering our DirecTV bill by getting less programing- fine with me. But- he discovered he had left his phone somewhere!!! He called it on mine and no one answered-so ...
... as he fixed the tire. Quite a bit later they finally passed us and we soon lost sight of them. This was a tough five-mile hike, with lots of climbs and descents. It went around Dixie Mountain, in full view of Phoenix. By the time we finished up, there were only two other cars in the parking lot. It was hot by then, about eighty-five degrees. I was bushed! I looked at my Walmart Special trekking poles and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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