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... to go, let your heart and soul guide you. Go places you’ve read about and yearned to see for yourself. We are beginning in Paris, the City of Light, just because it’s always held an allure and romance that’s hard to resist. Paris is the center of art, culture, romance, beauty and all gastronomical delights, as well as the best wine, cheese and pastry in the world. Then, we are traveling to England ...
... been a week since we were in Huntington Gardens and we felt the need to recharge our Botanic Gardens batteries. According to Trip Advisor, this is ranked the second most popular attraction in Phoenix and I was hoping that there might be a free entry offer on the second Wednesday of the month but it wasn't to be. However, it turned out that the admission fee was worth every cent. There's a exhibition of glass sculptures on at ...
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"It's a Dry Heat"
Day 2 brought us south to Phoenix to Cousin Jock and Alma's beautiful home in Peoria. Along with the Zeiger crew we invaded their usually quiet lives and filled the backyard with the sounds of kids splashing, dogs running, and adults laughing. Jock and Alma were awesome hosts, but I do have one complaint. They could have turned the heat down a tad. It was about 110 degrees. The ...
... and we just weren't able to get over to the US Airways counter in Phoenix in time to check in for our flight (international requires 45 minutes prior to departure). The next flight wasn't until the following morning, so as one door closed, another one opened. Scott said he was concerned we wouldn't be able to get a hotel room due to the Fiesta Bowl in Phoenix the next day. I said, "Doesn't your sister, Randi, live here?" He ...
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