Homewood Suites by Hilton Phoenix - Biltmore
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If I had thought the Forum in L.A. was challenging, this was double the challenge. Our last truck departed L.A. at 4am, and it was the first one we needed in Phoenix. With it being an 8 hour drive to Phoenix, we got off to a VERY late start. Obviously, we were time compressed, and with a very small ramp to load off of, it made for a challenging day.
With tempers flaring, ...
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In the Saskatoon airport, we ran into Monty & Laurie Bathgate, also going to Phoenix. Once landed, they led us through the airport, up the elevator, onto the shuttle bus to the car rental station. That shaved off tons of time. It's a big airport.
I fired up the GPS and after an hour we found Angie & ...
One full hour in the Bank of America today to open an account - just a tad slow. But things do seem relaxed and slow here. We thought it would be much more hectic and busy.
Another,r more than an hour at our most visited place yet, yes of course ...
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Through Day 19, we’ve camped 13 days and hoteled it 6 days. The camp sites are typically in State or National Parks, and about ½ the time have showers, electricity and water. Busy season for parks, we’re told, began this weekend so we’re anxious to see if our prior easy access (and relative solitude) continues.
Regarding food, breakfast is almost always at ...
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