Homewood Suites Phoenix North - Happy Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... typical bar food. But the cafe had closed their kitchen for the day. However, there was an all you can eat buffet available there. It turned out to be $12 for adults and $6 for kids, about the same cost our meal would have been at the cafe, but here the kids and my son could eat all they wanted. Corn dogs, hamburgers, bar-b-qued chicken, hot dogs, sausages, pasta salad, green salad, fries, and brownies for dessert. Drinks were ...
... you need by using internet resources and focusing with your lectures. Memorize the phone number for campus security. You have to know the best way to contact security immediately when you feel threatened. It is advisable safe than sorry, though you may never need to use the number. Wait to purchase recommended reading outside the primary textbook. You could find which you don't absolutely need the specified books aren't even required. This can be ...
Today we decided to go to Butterfly Wonderland after thinking about going to a museum with musical instruments. We thought the kids would enjoy seeing the butterflies more than instruments. :) The day started somewhat early with both kids waking up around 7am & then breakfast. The place opened at 10 so we made it there just a bit after 10am. There was a line out the door to get in when we got there but thankfully it didn't take long.
... biscuit. Jeremy picked the Eggs benedict and my mom opted for a Tex-Mex style omelet. All the dishes were delicious, especially the breakfast potatoes, which were cooked just right (soft on the inside, crispy on the outside). It was a lovely and peaceful patio to sit on and enjoy the cool breeze of the late morning. After we ate we walked around the property for a bit, delighting in all the plants, herbs and architecture. Even ...
He then moves seats to the one across the aisle from me, he then take his shirt off, and to avoid awkward eye contact we move the laptop so we face the window and not him. His alcoholism then hits a new high as he starts muttering and cursing (just to the world) under this breath. Then he begins the more unnerving move of reaching his arm in a swift movement to near my leg (thankfully years on ...