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 …
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... s good to know that the sunscreen I did have lasted the full 3 hours pretty well.
With the game being over its time for the 6 hour drive back to LA... I got the luck of the first third of the drive (NOT). The road was about 140 miles of straight road with nothing around except cars an the sun pouring straight in through the front windscreen.
One good things is I was able to drive a bit quicker than what we are ...
Can't remember the last time I've been to a concert alone, if ever even. While a little weird and a bit lonely, I'm very glad I went. The music was almost uniformly top quality, the outdoor venue pretty decent, good variety of food, beer choices were a little thin but acceptable, artists and performers strolling about, lots of fans in wacky dress, lovely lasses, and relatively relaxed security and police (I was hoping it would be so, I mean Wiz Khalifa, the ...