Radisson Hotel Phoenix Airport
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Turned out to be a much better deal. Everyone got what they wanted.
After all day splashing around the pool, going down the big water tube, and playing in the inflatable water toys, we finally called it a day as the sun went down. It was two tired kids who headed back to the room.
Monday was a repeat except I headed out for home around noon. The kids stayed to play in the pool. Not a fancy road trip, but a good time.
... furnishings at a tiny small fraction of the price of new home furniture. Seek out garden purchase groupings in the area and initiate trying to find the right furniture piece. When selecting a new dining-room dinner table and seats, try to find solid wood sections. With these sections, you could have the kitchen table and seating refinished if they get scratched up. If you fail to afford solid wood, buy a dining area dinner table mat or perhaps a tablecloth to help protect ...
... them on. After the movie was done, we dropped off our glasses & moved into a smaller room where there were chrysalises of different butterflies. Unfortunately this room was now heaving with people because everyone was just in the movie theater. The workers tried to explain instructions of how to deal with the butterflies in the next room but it didn't go smoothly. Eventually they let some people into a transfer room where they gave ...
... shapes of the plants. Similar to the Chilhuly Gardens and Glass exhibit in Seattle's City Center, it was very well curated and worth the price of admission (which was $22 for adults).
The gardens are set in a hilly area and surrounded by red desert rock. Including all the varieties of cactus, plants and animals native to the Sonora desert, there are also exhibits showing structures of the native peoples' of the Sonora, such ...
... that needs doing and eventually I will get to all of it. It was a bit overcast today but still hot-in the high 90s. Saw Red a couple of times but did nothing else. I found my Garmin GPS, finally, in a box in the shed where I had put it when I cleaned out the van. The one with the Subaru is far toooooo complicated. No one in their right mind would buy it on purpose. Instead of using Garmin or some name brand in the vehicle they tried, and failed, to reinvent the ...