La Quinta Inn Phoenix - Arcadia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the energy to go get Chinese for dinner, which was thankfully easy to find and barely five minutes away.
The house is lovely, and unlike Santa Fe had four bedrooms and four fabulous beds, one of which I am lying on and will now climb into for a much needed night’s sleep. I’ll investigate the rest of the house more tomorrow, right now I’m just blissed out with my en-suite shower and the knowledge that we are here for a whole week. Night ...
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On the plane I got a voice message from my college classmate Jason Yang who is currently working for Microsoft in Seattle as an ...
... we had a Taco Bell for lunch. After lunch we headed south with Phoenix still being about an hr & 15 mins away. We also enjoyed seeing tumbleweeds pass our path since we really had not seen those for real before.
Neither kid really rested but missy enjoyed seeing the tall cacti that started dotting the hills next the car. Eventually we made it to Phoenix & to our hotel though we were two hrs early for check in. The woman checking ...
... finally reached the destination I was stunned to see people standing at the top of the arch for the photo ops, which is about five foot of rock separating them from certain death.
I braved it for a few minutes just to get our picture in but at the moment of being on top of that arch I felt like I was going to pass out and fall forward over the edge. The image still makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up when I think about ...