La Quinta Inn & Suites Phoenix Chandler
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with "gas", no gambling, and Mim had her first experience of driving on the right hand side of the road.
The scenery did not change very much, the rocks did however change size, without much fan fare we left California, and entered Arizona. We saw lots of cactuses, just like the ones in the movies and cartoons. We crossed the boarder at Yuma,
Lots of RV parks, ...
... table and iPad as a foot rest. It was about this time that my viewing of the Man if Steel would be interrupted because it had not downloaded correctly; this was distressing. Eventually the screamer took a little nap to rejuvenate for his screaming tantrum on the landing. This tantrum would start about 30 minutes before we landed and included kicking me a lot. It was.... Well, I am sure you know. Of course it was a long flight for other reasons. You see ...
... for late night wine. Scottsdale is much nicer than Phoenix.
In a third dazzling display of organisational prowess, I emailed a potential host in California a few days before I left, and they said yes, so I flew out to San Francisco on Saturday morning. Now I finally feel like I've caught up on blogs, and given Matt something to read that isn't punctuated with indifference curves and normal distributions, I'll post something about SF soon.