Residence Inn Phoenix Desert View at Mayo Clinic
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Of course I was interested in the Canadian and Lebanese Display. I guess our Canadian culture is decided by different types of fiddle players. Lebanese music was defined by the UD a lute like device that was clearly the forerunner of most stringed instruments.
We saw the history of how much ...
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... included visits to both the Heard museum and Phoenix art museum, though. The former was started by Dwight and Maie Heard to house their own collection of Indian artefacts, and has expanded from their 3,000 to 40,000 objects. It looked to be energetically curated, with exhibitions coming and going with speed to supplement the large main room to which you head first, which has pots and paraphernalia along with some tribal history. The ...
We got a good night's sleep and headed out early to get the most out of Sedona that we could. First we stopped to pick up Laura's boyfriend's monstrous truck which he was nice enough to let us use. It was a stick which Laura did well with despite a few stalls throughout the journey. The only rule? "Do NOT wash it!"
His vehicle was a canvas and very inch of it was purposely covered with mud like brushstrokes on his beautiful work of art.
An hour ...