Scottsdale Marriott Suites Old Town
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... Hannah was from a nice wealthy area, and we were more kinda not. Even to the point where we met a lady from Sydney, Australia. When she asked where we were from Hannah said "I'm from Ryde, and these guys are from.." She paused because she knew that we didn't want to say Campbelltown. Funnily enough, Carol and I said at the same time "we're from Wollongong"!!
Something also tells me our tour guide may have been a bit... Towards ...
... a few hesitant turns, it transpired that Stevie had lost her glasses, so the map had not been much help.
Their Garmin satnav was then pressed into service, but I think in putting in just the road name, it was taking us to the western end of the road, ie miles and miles in the wrong direction.
Eventually with all four human and one robotic navigator on the case, we worked it out and sailed into the campus which had had not one sign to help us poor ...
... injustice billowed up and down the three mile beach like a raging wildfire, consuming the hearts, minds and ears of the beach denizens, residents and sunbathers –set ablaze by pictures and articles sent to the major newspapers in and around Revere by Paul Frienso and Connie Country and bolstered by gossip and oral testimony provided by dozens of Rancid’s victims.
On the day of the trial the small court house had to be roped off. Scores ...
Day 13 - Thursday 12th September Santa Fe > Scottsdale - Interstate 25 South - Interstate 40 west - stayed at holiday inn express - went to get oil checked - stably the pool - had dinner at Oregano's pizzeria Day 14 - Friday 13th September Scottsdale > Las ...
... turned to stone. And these are the monoliths you see now. The trail takes you by Canyon Lake, Apache Lake and Roosevelt Lake all fed by the Salt River.You pass through Goldmine, a boom town in its day. There are stories of fabulous wealth and lost treasures but became a bust town by 1900s. Just past Canyon Lake you arrive at Tortilla Flat. It is touristy but in a good way! The western boardwalk has ...