Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix/Avondale
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... wasn't cleaned when we got it), we drove to the Heard Museum dedicated to Native Americans. It was very interesting and beautiful. After that we found a quirky little ice cream shop called Melt that served its ice cream in small Chinese take out containers topped with a fortune cookie. As we ate our cool treats outside, we watched a nearby group filming a rap music video. From there we drove through some poor neighborhoods ...
Pack your enough of toiletries once you head off to college. These are very important and tend to run out quickly on account of frequent use. Buying toiletries in bulk saves money. Work out how many minutes or hours you can expect to take between classes. Make note from the bathrooms as well as other places you find helpful. You may also meet other active college students and workout. It is possible to broaden your social circle and discover workout ...
... I did visit with Lee for a bit, but he is hard to talk too—he blurs his words and volume is LOW. Then he falls asleep every 2 minutes for about a minute at a time! He has lost much weight and looks like a cadaver, just not good at all. So much for the golden years! I called Suzie and she was home and after I had talked to her this morning she had a call that they wanted to change the cast on her leg today at 4. So I drove to her home in Woodburn – ...
Stephen and I walked to Starbucks inside Safeway for am coffee, just like in Santa Rosa!
Then went for long walk along the Thunderbird path thru the Biltmore Resort and then along Camelback Rd. for miles and miles , left on 7th to the Bard Bookstore and Urban Bean's cafe next door.
Kara came and drove us home. And she and I and Raffa walked along the Canal.
Back we came ...
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 ...