Motel 6 - Tempe ASU
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of evening. And finally arrived at the small town of St Maries. Phil called just then and I explained this all to him. Yes, I am getting a motel. Well, that was easy-there is only one in the town, and it was spendy and definetly not worth the price! Called Betz to tell her I would get there tomorrow afternoon, and went to bed! And a good sleep! So I am driving at least 300 or more miles to go 99 miles-and now need to fill with gas again too. I will be ****** if ...
... kind of beauty but still fascinating. We stopped at a rest area and got great views of the desert landscape. There was cactus everywhere and the "Beward of Rattlesnakes" signs reminded us we were definitely in Arizona. I especially enjoy coming into Phoenix when we start to see all the Saguaro Cactus. They are my favorite cactus and although many NM signs show a saguaro, we don't have any and the place to see ...
It's finally time! Yes, I have my things packed, yes, I'm sure I forgot smething and yes I'm very excited to say the least!
I know I keep saying this but my heart is so full of thankfulness for all the love and support from family and friends. Thank you to all my work compadre's for the well wishes yesterday and to those of you who are picking up some of my workload,you know who you are! ...
... received my Stethoscope and Blood Pressure Cuff in the mail! YAY! Though I am no expert on how to use them, I am excited to learn. I have been reading some blogs of others who have volunteered in the Centro de Salud facilities in Peru - and even in Huanchaco specifically. I learned that their center is a two story building and has offices in general medicine, deliveries, psychology, social services, a lab, a pharmacy, and ...
... the immigration policies of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
“We’re tired of living in the shadows,” said a young woman who has been in the United States since she was a year old. “I know no other country. We’ll go to jail if that’s what it takes.” Six students were arrested and are expected to be charged with disorderly conduct and obstructing a thoroughfare. [