Homewood Suites by Hilton Phoenix - Biltmore
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Only one more day and we'll be heading back east for 9 days....and we haven't packed a thing! It's amazing how blaise we seem to be about this trip compared to our Ireland trip last year. That time we had suitcases set out in one of the guest rooms for about a month prior to leaving!
Maybe it was the excitement of traveling overseas for the first time or maybe it was the fear ...
... within close proximity about the various industry players (private eyes, the police, etc) describe as this issue (person being secretly recorded). That is why the viewing angle is very wide, to capture as many of the patient as you can. These lenses can be as small as 1 mm across. That's pretty small! Needless to say the minuscule dimension is important for the obvious purpose of discretion. Consider some of the aspects of ...
Today was the day I got to set out to see the world! The plan was to fly from Tucson to Phoenix to Heathrow to Paris and meet up with Logan to start the next wave of sight seeing. I got up, finished packing my bag and headed off to the airport. When I got to the ticket counter, the airlines said they couldn't check my bag all the way through to Paris because I had made two bookings. This was a bummer since I was going to have ...
... and took pictures. The water got a little colder over the couple days. I felt cold water creep in and when I went the next day it was noticeably cooler. Of course that is still warmer then California water. It felt grand to be in the water and the water was nice and clear which is always nice.
While mopping the bathrooms, the last mopping job, I managed to knock over my mop water. I grabbed the dirty clothes bin and used it to soak up the ...
... the day!
"It's a Dry Heat"
Day 2 brought us south to Phoenix to Cousin Jock and Alma's beautiful home in Peoria. Along with the Zeiger crew we invaded their usually quiet lives and filled the backyard with the sounds of kids splashing, dogs running, and adults laughing. Jock and Alma were awesome hosts, but I do have one complaint. They could have turned the heat down a tad. It was about 110 degrees. The ...