Hotel Tempe/Phoenix Airport InnSuites Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Oxbow was nice for Gerry. They let us bring Maggie in so she had some fun "snooping" around the bar and outside sand patio area.
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... Miss Peggy is going to be bartending at the poolside Tiki Bar and Jimbo will be working in the fitness center. They will be working in exchange for camping, hence the resort terms in "workamping" . If you're in AZ, stop by and tell them ...
... The big hit was the sliders. A plate of 12 sliders is actually the challenge from the Man vs Food show but Greg wisely chose a smaller version. The menu describes the meal the best:
One dozen of our Original Jewish Sliders filled with moist lean brisket, mini potato pancakes, and Jack cheese. Served with a side of brown gravy. The challenge also has onion rings with it but Greg's meal was 3 sliders (not 12) and he had a small potato salad.