Holiday Inn Express Phoenix Downtown
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... something better and it was really pretty up there, like a little haven tucked away. Once we were done we headed to camp where it began to pour down and we got soaked. It rained the most it ever did during the entire trip. It was my groups turn to cook so we make spaghetti bolanaise it was really good ...
... and that our plane was late so we wouldn't make our connecting flight. But no, the plane was early, and there was no time difference so we had plenty of time at the airport in Phoenix. I'm going to have to wrap this blog entry up, the flight attendant just asked us to turn off all electronic devices, and prepare for landing in Costa Rica!
... continue south and pick up the highway to Shiprock (the rock), a six-foot chain link fence blocked the street. Rather than turn around, and waste daylight in the traffic, we continued along an alarmingly unmaintained 4WD track in our trusty Honda Odyssey. A friendly Navajo woman in a minivan assured us we could get through and back to paved road. After another mile or so of heart-stopping jouncing and bouncing, we found asphalt and made the highway south. We passed a miles-long line ...
... the job instead. Later, Colten collected his supermodel-like girlfriend Mariah who had just travelled in from Nebraska for her summer break, and the four of us went to a bar on the other side of town, a Hog Bar called the Steel Horse (I think that's what it was called), where there was a darts competition going on. The bar was what we'd consider a typical American style bar, with the long bar and the barstools and the large, tattood bikers eating chicken wings and drinking ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking