Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix/Avondale
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... drive. It was great to stock up on all those specialty foods. It amazes me how many items we can store in Breezy. The rest of the day was spent relaxing by the pool with the occasional swim to cool off.
Tuesday and Wednesday – Filled with sleeping in, reading and laptop work, lounging by the pool and hiking the riverbeds.
Thursday, Feb 12 – We met Ron and Cindy at Westworld in Scottsdale. Westworld is a premier, ...
... encounter one. On the menu was an Armenian style pizza called havosh. We ordered "The Everything" which had ham, pepperoni, green pepper, tomatoes, onions, black olives with havarti as the cheese that they use on the havosh. Next is to plan the possibility of catching a pre-season game. I picked up a pre-season guide at the front desk. There are games being played every day all over Phoenix. I hope to pick one in one of the ball diamonds in ...
... we chatted to him (a policeman) and packed our bags ready to go to the bus station at 7. Because Colten was busy with his client, his neighbour Gillian gave us a lift which was lovely of her, and we made it onto the bus no problem with only an hour or two to wait in departures. So from not knowing what to expect in Phoenix and only planning a day there, we ended up extending our trip and loving it just as much as bigger, more touristy cities such as San francisco! Mainly down ...
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 ...
... Garden, 145 acres housing more than 50,000 plants. Five trails get you up close and personal with cacti from around the world, and exhibits highlight desert wildflowers, conservation, desert plant adaptation and ethnobotany. On top of that, it’s simply a beautiful place to be.
It’s open every day till sunset from October through April; attend Music in the Garden ...