Hyatt Place Phoenix - North
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Flight was a little late but the rental car more than made up for that.
After finding a code online for Avis, we were upgraded to a Ford Explorer (thanks Zurich Insurance!).
After a tip to check out downtown Scottsdale, we decided to go down there and walk around since it was a nice night. We got hungry and found a great tapas place …
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... the day over mid morning cocktail while kids rode the flumes.
At the western outfitters Isaac escaped to try his hand at bull riding....we all got kitted out in hats n shirts followed by Dairy Queen at the local mall. Olly is the best at choosing, today's choice was vanilla ice cream with Reece's peanut butter cup and butterfingers, yummy!
Dinner at Aunt Chilada's, Mexican fare. Jon tried one of the 120 types of Tequilla.... There endeth the second ...
... shapes of the plants. Similar to the Chilhuly Gardens and Glass exhibit in Seattle's City Center, it was very well curated and worth the price of admission (which was $22 for adults).
The gardens are set in a hilly area and surrounded by red desert rock. Including all the varieties of cactus, plants and animals native to the Sonora desert, there are also exhibits showing structures of the native peoples' of the Sonora, such ...