Hyatt Regency Phoenix
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Phoenix was more a stepping stone on the way to LA, whilst Phoenix was a bit underwhelming the drive there was pretty amazing after leaving the canyon the landscape just kept giving from the desert up to Flagstone and the snow covered "San Francisco" mountains where we climbed up to 7000ft above sea level and pretty much stayed at 5000ft in Phoenix …
... run of the park. By mid day however the sky was just starting to go black and we thought that would be a good time to head back.
Luckily for us the sun came back out a few hours later and we went back out to get some proper Phoenix sunshine. This felt so good, didn't think u would miss the sun so much after it going away for a day!
So tomorrow we head off to Palm Springs which appears to be extremely hot...that I am looking forward ...
... gotten much more technologically advanced each and every passing year enjoying continually improved picture resolution, better noise recording and bigger memory capacity. Usually newer the spy camera, the higher the technological specifications, and for that reason the higher the outcomes. As an added bonus, we have an inverse relationship between progress of these cameras and their cost. Better specs, cheaper prices. Who ...
... and I finally got to the baggage
claim and found my bag. Now was the task of finding the bus. I'm very happy to say that the signs had plenty of pictures of buses and arrows making it easy to find the stop. But the real task was in finding the correct bus.
I knew that I was to take the Paris Nord 2 to the Premier Hotel. Logan also told me that it was by the Ibis and F2 hotels and next to a red restaurant called ...
... day, for whatever reason the normal stress didn't come. I got on the bus headed to Tumba Muerto and stared out the window enjoying the new scenery. It should be noted that Tumba Muerto gets it's name because not so nice Panamanian used the area to dump dead bodies they needed to be rid of. The grass grows fast and tall in empty lots, good place to put things you rather not have found at your house. It is developed now and is no longer a dead body ...