Radisson Hotel Phoenix Airport
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We began to backtrack to the newly identified gate. A very nice man driving an electric cart fortunately picked us up. He quickly got us to the gate. This time, we saw the plane as well as two agents at the counter. Much to our chagrin, they said they had completed boarding. They were not the most helpful pair of airline employees we encountered. They curtly directed us to the customer service ...
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... for nice pictures – not gold.
And we learned:
- The Palo Verde is not only the Arizona State Tree, but also the easy recognizable little tree with the green colored trunk and branches
- the fruit Chain Cholla is the Cactus with the big fruits hanging down and looking like the Teddy bear cactus in tree form
- the prickly pear cactus is a total different one with the flat pear looking 'leaves'
... few things I will need for tomorrow and soon they were all packed and we were all off to bed for an early start tomorrow.
August 11th-Sunday—Up early and have lots to do before heading to my 55th classs reunion. Ed and Lana are on their way for a week of fishing and reading and relaxing, I hope! I fixed a large bowl of watermelon, green grapes and black cherries and it looked festive in a large red bowl. My first stop of the ...