Holiday Inn Phoenix - Mesa/Chandler
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 3 of my cousins, Daryl Schlick, Mark Schlick, and Karen Ciszczon. Today was a "get-everything-done-day" -- a morning walk, laundry, vacuuming, hair cut, grocery shopping, trailer maintenance -- you get the picture. The elevation here is 1995 feet, and the weather forecast is for highs in the high-80's, lows in the mid-60's, and mostly sunny with an occasional ...
... 14th through the 18th - Gary and Sharon came over and we went to the clubhouse for a St Patrick dinner-stew was good! Entertainment was also good. The next day we took off for Seligman on Route 66. Not quite 200 miles so did not take too long. We were glad to see Reinhard and Mike at the Canyon Lodge motel. I took them lots of oranges, grapefruit and lemons. We stayed 3 nights. Reinhard gave Phil a bottle ...
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... my home when I am gone. He came over after we arrived and we all talked for a long time. Later I fried some cod for Phil-I was too full to eat anything. Watched the Pres speech and off to bed.
Wednesday – Another sunny winter day in AZ! A few house things and then I joined Phil at the swim pool but I just soaked up some sun! Later a game of pool and I lost again-but every game we were down to one ball each at the end! Tonight ...
... Spanish service. There were only a few not Spanish in that huge church, and I felt conspicuous, but no problem. They had a band, about 8 persons and it was good, energetic and loud! The service was in Spanish so we just followed along! At least Phil had an idea what was going to happen. Not a bad experience, but different. Leaving there we drove to downtown Mesa and walked the streets. NO one about—every store was closed - strange experience. ...