Homewood Suites by Hilton Phoenix Chandler Fashion Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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January 1-Thursday—Up in time for breakfast and meet our friends there. Later off on a drive. It is very cold out and the wind is blowing, but the sky is blue. First stop was a place where the Pilgrims called First water. This is where they finally found fresh drinking water after landing on the coast at Provincetown area. This was about a ½ mile walk but an enjoyable one. On the way we met a 26 year old from China. He is graduating shortly and ...
... how things would work out for us if we were more relaxed about it. So we stayed an extra night, loaded up on supplies and decided to go with our original plan of heading to Sedona next. We still weren't sure where to stay or what to do so we thought we would just drive to Red Rock State Park and work out the details there. We were still disappointed in ourselves for being so indecisive, but also hopeful that we would get better at this as we went along, so off we went.
... since and as they live in Mesa, a suburb of Phoenix, we could not pass through without looking them up. We drove to their
home, went out for a great lunch and then they took us on a tour of Mesa and
the next town of Tempe. Mesa is known as a retirement town and the population
grows significantly when the snow birds ...
... living in the desert. Some students marry other interns and have children and still live here. All his papers, designs were just put on permanent loan to the Museum of Modern Art in New York and Columbia University. It was a fascinating tour! You are not allowed to film where the interns work or any of their designs. Pictures were not allowed in the living quarters either.
Saturday, Ron, George and I headed for the ...
... leading way above protection, portioning out too little beer to a thirsty group of climbers, etc.) and this case was no different. He simply stepped back into the truck, gave it a little spurt of juice and calming but violently pushed his beautiful Toyota through the ruts and up the hill! The rest of us pansies ran after him and jumped back in to finish the ...