La Quinta Inn & Suites Phoenix West Peoria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it was early to bed as it had been a very long day.
Feb 6, Friday - Woke up at dawn as we were now in mountain time zone (I hour earlier). I did some research on this state park and discovered that it is dedicated to preserving over 300 Ancestral Puebloan archeological sites dating back to between 1330 and 1400 AD, and has about 1200 rooms. We decided to save exploring this area for a later date and get on the road to our destination of Shrangli La ...
... by one game. Dinner at BJs and good but portions seem to be getting smaller, and they charge for the salad that used to come with the meal. Cool weather but should be getting warmer. Our orange juice this morning was the very last of the oranges from my tree – we have enjoyed them.
March 28th-Friday-We were up sort of early, for us. We went to the opening day show today-saw Caesar Chavez. And it is good. That was in our past ...
... showed a little more class. I bought 6 bottles of Chocolate d' Vine. Had no choice; couldn't find a bottle of chocolate wine in MN to save my soul. Chocolate wine?!? Well, yes...dark red wine, slightly sweet, rich chocolate flavor and not creamy or milky like some I've seen. Hit me up for a taste the next time you see me!
Spent the night at a campground in the foothills north of Deming, over 3-4 cattle crossings, and well ...
We took an expeditionary trip to JT in preparation for an October camping trip. Temps are finally cooler, and Daddy wanted to try out the new Land Cruiser on the 4x4 roads in the park. There had recently been excessive rain, and the main CGs we wanted to see were closed. However, we spent two fun-filled days hiking some short trails. No matter where we stopped, the boys took full rock-climbing advantage on the mammoth boulders JT is ...
... to stay with had put me in touch with a senior VP at the Arizona Science Center, who was absolutely amazing. She picked me up in the morning, drove me to the nationally acclaimed Heard Museum of American Indian Art and History where she had arranged for complimentary admission and two free tours, sent a car to pick me up from a nearby cafe (a proper black sedan where the door was opened for me by a woman in a pant suit) and take me to the Gila River ...