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 …
Bonjour! We met Pat and JC at the USAirways lounge at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport and are all excited about our trip together. Our plane was late into Philadelphia for our connection and we just made our flight to Paris. Have to remember to schedule more time in between connections :)
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... in to our hotel. Being a holiday, traffic was light as we buzzed around Phoenix.
We passed on the afternoon Baylor pep rally back in Scottsdale since I was not feeling well at all. New Year's Eve was spent uneventfully in our room. A fireworks display in nearby Tempe was visible from our hotel window.
... 8230;different from my choice, of course. Like I wrote yesterday, it’s a Tucson thing.
I proceeded up the Interstate to the Phoenix area, where I had a very nice dinner meet-up with my longtime friend from HS, Robin (along with her sister Arlene and nephew Nolan), with whom I haven’t visited in person in about 16 years, and then I called it a day.
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