Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Phoenix Airport
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... last year. This one was actively moving around and seemed content. How would I know?? It's a mystery...
We hiked a bit over an hour and a half, observing the near empty lake and the beauty of the cacti.
Later in the evening we took a drive to Sunset Ridge and got some decent shots of the sun going down. I'd guess it went down over the Phoenix flight pattern, due to the numerous con trails present. There were no ...
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... table and iPad as a foot rest. It was about this time that my viewing of the Man if Steel would be interrupted because it had not downloaded correctly; this was distressing. Eventually the screamer took a little nap to rejuvenate for his screaming tantrum on the landing. This tantrum would start about 30 minutes before we landed and included kicking me a lot. It was.... Well, I am sure you know. Of course it was a long flight for other reasons. You see ...
... and bells ringing as the train left. Drove along Interstate 40 to Flagstaff and stopped for a coffee and an 'Internet Fix' so Pauline could book us into an hotel for tonight. Need to make a note to return to Flagstaff, chic bars and boutiques and of course another Route 66 stop off. Took the scenic route to Sedona via Oak ...
... harder running in a desert climate! Whew...felt much longer! After a hearty breakfast we headed to downtown Mesa. Since arriving we thought we were far out and today confirmed that!! Yup..we really are at the end of town and the beginning of the desert! Got some new hiking shoes and we're eagerly looking forward to our first ...