La Quinta Inn & Suites Phoenix Scottsdale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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This morning we dropped Abby off at 'Always Unleashed' this fantastic doggy daycare Center for her first day trial run. Sandy was very stressed leaving her there!
We did though, and drove via The Phoenician Resort which looks amazing and then went to Royal Palms Resort for a lovely Sunday brunch - beautiful prawns, ...
... electricity and hot and cold water in bathrooms and most of the furniture was donated or bought. In Heritage Park they also saved a carriage house, duplex and some older smaller houses that are now businesses along with the Heritage & Science Museum.
We left there to locate a few cruise ins that we found on line and after going thru 5 of them we only saw a total of 2 cars so home we went.
SATURDAY 4/19 - The day started early as we left at 7:30 am ...
... fantastic Mexican spots which I'm not sure which one was better. Los Reyes de la Torta, where August ate El Rey - steak, chicken, pork, ham, chorizo, and even hot dog. I think it had more but I'm not sure. We all had natural fruit juices. It's great going to these places with a big group, especially Ruben as he is a taster - which I am also. A taster is someone who wants to taste everyone else's food and plans ...
... ton of fun. We had a great dinner and we danced the night away! The band played music perfect for 55+ ,oldies for sure. It was so fun to see everyone having such a good time. We were sad to see our time come to an end there. ...
... and checking out. There was a short shopping expedition into Tubac to pick up a mask from Manos where we met the owner, Mary Helen.Gina too bought a Mountain Lion that looks as if it is carved from wood but is actually resin. We split then so Richard and I could go to the Sonora Desert Museum.
We arrived there about noon and it was packed as it was President's Day here ( Family Day at home). We wandered around the many exhibits of both plants ...