La Quinta Inn Phoenix - Arcadia
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... door at home at 12:15 a.m.
This was a great trip and I loved experiencing a part of Mexico I had not seen previously. It's off the beaten path. History, culture and seeing the majestic Copper Canyon is what this trip was all about. It's not the margaritas and mojitos Mexico, but an opportunity to see a relatively remote part of this country. I hope you, too, can experience this part of Mexico - put it on your travel list - ...
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Today was the day I got to set out to see the world! The plan was to fly from Tucson to Phoenix to Heathrow to Paris and meet up with Logan to start the next wave of sight seeing. I got up, finished packing my bag and headed off to the airport. When I got to the ticket counter, the airlines said they couldn't check my bag all the way through to Paris because I had made two bookings. This was a bummer since I was going to have ...
... my claims form to uninterested guards. I then dropped my checked bag off to be rechecked. I walked upstairs thinking "that wasn't bad" and then I realized international flights exit outside of the security checkpoint and I had to be checked a third time. In case you were wondering Newark airport sucks. I miss the Portland airport, that is by far the best airport I have been in. A lot of the vendors are local and they make good food. Newark was ...
... the World's Longest Map in Meteor City.
The map continues the tradition, along Route 66, of have the World's Largest/Longest/Tallest/Biggest Something.
We arrived in Phoenix, after an hour-long delay because of a rolled-over motor home on I-17 near Black Canyon. The driver couldn't handle the downhill left turn.