Days Inn Phoenix
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... had already prepared.
After about a long hour (ugh!) our pizza finally arrived. We were so hungry it could have tasted like cardboard and still tasted good. But I think it was just good. We had plenty of pizza remaining when we finished stuffing ourselves. Good thing we have refrigerators back at the villas.
We returned to the villa late but of course the kids had to go for a swim. So Uncle Travis took them to the play pool while Laneshia and I chilled out.
... motelling. We have been busy setting up $/ph/GPS/insurance/US address etc but this weekend toured Apache Country.
Phoenix has 4 million people and is a sprawling place. There is an enormous mall on every corner and noone but 2 dumb Kiwis walking around in this heat.Folks here seem to spend the day behind closed curtains in the air cond, in the car or ...
... the Casino is, beside the free stay… but maybe we will learn it as we go along and stay at more of them. So far most of the fun is watching how the people can sit in front of one of the slot machines pressing the same button over and over again…. I’m not sure I’m a born gambler J
As for Camping, at all other Campsites you come and you have to pay – here you come, and get a phone number for emergency and ...
... recreation for more. This was the first time we saw real Wild West scenery with red rocks and tall outcrops. It was quite lovely.
We have managed to get to Black Canyon City tonight and we are staying at the RV park. We had dinner at the famous Rock Springs Cafe ( www.rockspringscafe.com ) which is well known in these here parts for its pie. They make all kinds of pie - apple, cranberry, coconut cream, ...