Holiday Inn Phoenix-West
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The Tohono O'odham people are the second largest Indian tribe in Arizona and are known for their beautiful woven baskets. As much as the Mission, we enjoyed hearing the history of the Tohono O'odham Indian people. We visited a plaza after the tour and Clare bought a pair of earrings with the I'itoi Man in the Maze carved on the earrings. The maze depicts the many turns and changes in life from birth to death. We ...
... time. We found a hazelnut brown ale which knocked our socks off and a 'restaurant' which served a Quadruple Bypass Burger.
Our last stop was Phoenix, Arizona where we were flying out of. We met up with our Couchsurfing host: Bonnie. She was an Australian who had been living in Phoenix for the last couple of years. She was awesome, showing us around the city, introducing us to her lovely friends and taking us to see the Hobbit. It was a ...
Today we visited the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix. I suggest you visit if you have a full day in Phoenix. The displays are all seen and heard by way of situational audio. Each area has a video screen and as you walk up the audio starts and then shows the instruments being played or the historical info about each one. I knew we only had about 3 hours so I made sure to get to most all the areas, while others in ...
... was hit with the realization I could have slept for another hour. I have forgot about accounting for the time zones on trips before and now the one time I remember it is a moot point.
In the end it was alright because I got my tickets, parking and food (The Worst Chicken Sandwich from Coach's Corner, it was actually quite good) without too much crowd. In front of Chase Field was a promenade between the stadium and a ...
... went to a nice Mexican restaurant/lounge for a few cocktails on the deck. Then stopped at a food store called sprouts that carries organic and gluten-free type foods. Had supper on the driveway by there camper while watching the Olympics in Russia. Later Brenda and I went in search for scorpions using a black light ...