Hilton Phoenix Airport
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... year, Scott's sister Randi took us for pizza at a place called Oreganos and I was really hoping to be able to go again this trip. Scott found one close to our hotel and the shuttle driver happily took us there and back.
The next morning, we had breakfast at the hotel and then took the shuttle back to the airport. There were two flights on US Airways to Mazatlan and although the second one looked better for non rev ...
Continuing with the friends and family week theme , we packed up camp in the Grand Canyon area and headed south to Prescott, AZ. Here we met up with our old friends from New York, Erin and Frank. Erin, Kristi and I go back 25 years and even if we don't talk as often as we should, it is always easy picking up where we left off. I pretty much grew up at Erin's home throughout high school, so it was a special treat to see her mom, ...