Hyatt Place Scottsdale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... from an Indian couple in Sedona.
Next day the four of us played golf at Palm Valley in Goodyear, AZ. Nice course, but we kinda ran out of steam (kinda hot out), so after the 1st nine we play "best ball" from the best drive. That helped my score a lot!
Thursday and Friday of that week George drove us all over the place to site see as much as possible...Some of which was "memory lane" for Juanita and I. ...
I went with Sandy to pick up her grand daughter, Gabby and took her to volleyball training. Went to Toms Thumb for coffee and then took the girls back to their summer school.
Sandy and I both went and had haircuts and Rob went shopping on his own.
Dinner at Isabell's kitchen - an Italian restaurant up the road from Sandy's with her friends Maryanne & Jerry - lovely couple and a great night was had by ...
... fields (vortex) that travelers come to experience. We camped close to trails and town and really enjoyed our stay. Mazy used her back pack for the first time and seemed proud to have it, never even flinching. Oh, but it was hot on the trail... 78 degrees, what? I guess because we came from cool days and cold night for the past couple of months 78 felt hot. We left Sedona and headed to ...
... and checking out. There was a short shopping expedition into Tubac to pick up a mask from Manos where we met the owner, Mary Helen.Gina too bought a Mountain Lion that looks as if it is carved from wood but is actually resin. We split then so Richard and I could go to the Sonora Desert Museum.
We arrived there about noon and it was packed as it was President's Day here ( Family Day at home). We wandered around the many exhibits of both plants ...
... from the northern winters; they were living it up in an active society on the eastern outskirts of sprawling Phoenix. In fact, we found ourselves returning to the Park like moths to a flame. Over the course of our time pulling on rocks in the Superstition Mountains and Queen Creek areas, we visited this oasis of life and activity as much as we could! We were drawn ...