La Quinta Inn & Suites Phoenix West Peoria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... 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 ...
... died of Ptomaine poisoning is beyond me! We cleaned cabinets and refrigerator and freezer- Some of the things I found were scary!!! Gave a bunch of food to the neighbor- stuff he admitted he will not ever use. Then I read some and he watched DUNE – nothing like the books I had read of it so I went back to reading and now will get ready to go out for dinner—I feel safer eating out! We went to Hopper’s, where we usually go and as usual, he ordered ...
... continue south and pick up the highway to Shiprock (the rock), a six-foot chain link fence blocked the street. Rather than turn around, and waste daylight in the traffic, we continued along an alarmingly unmaintained 4WD track in our trusty Honda Odyssey. A friendly Navajo woman in a minivan assured us we could get through and back to paved road. After another mile or so of heart-stopping jouncing and bouncing, we found asphalt and made the highway south. We passed a miles-long line ...