Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix Midtown
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... dunes with evidence of a plow going through regularly. It felt more like the entrance to a ski resort than a desert. The park road quickly went from pavement to sand and we pulled off at one of the dunes I thought Matt might be able to scale.
Ricky was in Emotional Support Dog heaven, pouncing around in the sand like a puppy set free to play. The setting, albeit still crazy hot, had a joyful ...
... of fat in contrast to most eatery or supermarket pizzas and 250 calories. Description: They're maybe not a complete meal, naturally, but these easy-to-prepare mashed potatoes in a box make a fantastic, high-carb, low fat "relaxation" dish to go along with your meal. Prepare them with non-fat margarine, water, a little salt, and nonfat milk. You'll Conserve: 6 gs of fat compared with a 1 and 50 calories -cup serving of traditional mashed potatoes. It's ...
... Flats enjoying the scenery as we leave Phoenix towards Los Angeles. The Google maps says we will arrive in Borrego Springs in 4 hours. This makes for a long day but I do love seeing the countryside. John has already researched the Mexican restaurants in Borrego Springs and I already have our plans for after dinner to go see Gallego Gardens.... an area of large metal sculpture scattered around. Can't ...
... hiring a Chevrolet Camera convertible, awesome car!!! Of course, another convertible and bright yellow! I'm the only one who can drive it but that's fine by me. We got lost trying to find home and went through some seriously dodgy places. People ****** on drugs everywhere, it was like a scene out of a film. Finally found home and chilled.
That evening a dude called Lee checked in, ...
Arriving in Phoenix at 4pm in the afternoon, you're instantly reminded of what 108F feels like the second you step foot outside. Everyone always immediately says "oh, but it's a dry heat." Dry maybe, but brutal.
Our hotel, which Caroline booked using Priceline.com for $35 a night is in North Scottsdale. For $35 including breakfast, I was a little skeptical, but it's actually quite nice. We settled in, ...