Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix/Avondale
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... 5:10, that we still had a long drive back to make our reservations. Fortunately, we had no one in front of us and there was no other traffic on the road, so we made it just in time! Dinner was a bit of a disappointment. I had salmon that was a bit dry and had way too much garlic on it, and Dan’s Prime Rib was overcooked and lacked flavor. We went back to our cabin and relaxed. The cabins weren’t ...
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Breakfast at 8am. We all used the waffle maker and ate yummy waffles with butter and syrup before walking down Route 66 to the railway station. We watched the Grand Canyon steam train depart at 9.30 am. How lucky we were. The guard told us that this engine was only used on the 1st Saturday of each month. Very exciting. Loud ...
Today was the longest journey to day. We traveled from San Luis Obispo, California to Phoenix, Arizona. It was a 580 mile journey that took around 11 hours including a 1hr stop for lunch. There was no show which is always nice to have a rest and managed to get through 3 films during the journey. When we arrived at the hotel we were all ...
Ben was really excited about In-N-Out Burger. For those East Coast philistines, who have never heard of this amazing reality, In N Out is a fast food chain that exists only on the West Coast- really only in Southern California, Arizona and Nevada. Their premise is that all the food is really fresh, so they can't expand across the country, and they are nothing like the fast food at all the other chains.
I think what they’ve really got right is the ...