Howard Johnson Mesa Gilbert
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- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... of early death, I watch urine output decreasing." And from James 'My work computer has died. I've had to order a new one. This is not an expense I wanted right now’ – This cost him $5000!!!!! Sure praying for him to get a job-he is getting panicky too. Drove out to Don and Anita’s and Don is not home from his Alaska fishing trip yet—should have been home yesterday but they have changed his ticket 2 times now-should be in Portland at ...
... with federal aid before Arizona became a state -- President Roosevelt realized that harnessing water was the key to supporting Western growth and development. We then stopped at the Tonto National Monument in the Superstition Mountains on the northeast edge of the Sonoran Desert. This monument showcases two Salado-style cliff dwellings. Salado culture, ...
... the hospital would do it, but after much phone talk had to take them my orders so they could get it 'authorized’ and that could take up to seven days. Dinner at Scuttlebuttes.
March 5th-Thursday- Up early to go to hospital with my papers. Now this is really not what the patient should have to do-all this calling and running around and explaining things I cannot explain! But here we are at the hospital ...
... Indio to hang out with buddies Craig & Rose Little and daughter Brynn was so much fun! We languished by their pool for happy hour, then they treated us for appies and drinks at Jackalopes, a very cool restaurant in their neck of the woods. We spent ages floating around in their pool and soaking in the hot tub ...
... they are similar looking water storing leaves. I have always been fascinated by Century Plants, also known as Agaves (Ah-Gah-vees) because they bloom only once in their lives & die. Now I know they grow only in North & Central America. Their tough fibrous leaves are used for making rope & tequila is make by distilling the juices from cooked stems of some species. Aloes on the other hand are from Africa & Madagascar - so now I know ...