Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix Airport
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... make it fun by having a contest for the kids to make "anything that flies" with their play dough. They had 10 minutes to create something and then my parents and Shaunette would judge them at their table next to us.
Well, the kids put together their best efforts with Jadin making a plane, Kynser a butterfly, Aria made a lady bug and we're still not sure what Ayden made, but he ran out of time.
In the end, all the kids were winners (that's how to be ...
... allows in more sunlight than I had expected. This made for a strange visual. The sounds of the game, especially the ball off the bat, are different indoors also. More on the sounds of the game later. Of course I had to look in on most well known feature of the stadium, the pool in right-center field. Two home runs ended up being hit near there but neither landed in the pool. The stadium seems to have a bunch of seating, ...
... got through immigration very quickly. American baggage was next door and that went very fast, too. We found our gate and I had empanadas for lunch, which I hadn't found anywhere in Cuba. We landed at 7:30 PM in Phoenix. On our hotel shuttle we met a nice Brit who was going to visit his sister in Sedona. We invited him to join us for dinner next ...
There is no easy way to get from the coast to the mountains in central California. All roads lead, as straight as a gun barrel, across the wide agricultural expanse of the Central Valley. The day after our family dinner with Blair, Kristen, Ewen and Lily, we let out east across the valley with the sort of mile eating determination that comes naturally to Americans, Australians and Canadians. The just settle down to it and get on with it mentality. The drive ...