Homewood Suites Phoenix/Scottsdale
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... mountains. Our first scenic stop was at Bell Rock just south of Sedona. It's a beautiful formation and according to New Age believers a portal to other dimensions. We didn't stop long enough to find out. Then on to Sedona where we took a 4x4 jeep tour of the Mogollon Rim, an escarpment of limestone and sandstone cliffs that runs across the state of Arizona. It was quite a rough ride. You literally had to hold on so as not to be bumped off the jeep! We saw several ...
... town of Jerome, way up on top of a mountain (Mile High - 5280 feet). Jerome has a really interesting history - founded by mining company, who mined copper and other metals there until 1953. At the turn of the century, Jerome was called "The Wildest Town in America" by Eastern newspapers. There are still a lot of bars and restaurants, now geared towards tourists. Apparently, all ...
... when one 1968 corvette goes for $75,000 and the car after a 1967 corvette for only $60,000 – ok so when on Saturday a corvette goes for $375,000 and the next a year newer for only 200.000 – you actually think a car is cheap if it goes for only $80,000 (as long as I don’t have to pay for it)
... very well and he is still icing it regularly. We might try another golf game today to practice our chipping and pitching. Had a lesson on Wed so we are eager to try again. Mike is convinced he can beat the game intellectually. I figure it's all about the practice and getting the "feel" back for each of the shots.
We head out for home from Phoenix midday on the 30th. I have to be back by 5th May as I work on the 6th May - ...
... had a couple of other places I wanted to show him and did stop at the Worlds smallest museum in Superior but it took him only about 1 minute to check it out. On east we traveled and did make a stop just before the tunnel and walked down the hill and onto the old highway. This is about a half mile walk from parking to the tunnel and we enjoyed it. On through the tunnel and out the end and up to Hwy 60. This is the first time I have walked further than the tunnel. We walked ...