Radisson Fort McDowell Resort & Casino
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Room service
- Hot tub
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... they were occupying in the major intersections. We saw the police and the TV cameramen, but no violence. Before we began shopping we ventured into a "noodle shop" for lunch. I had braised noodles with soy sauce, and Jim had noodles with wanton. I found it very sloppy and difficult to eat, especially since I never mastered using chop sticks, but it was interesting seeing all the local Chinese people who frequented this neighborhood restaurant. At the market we haggled ...
"My water tastes like cheese" Ballsma "Obama is a Jew who took refuge in New York" Barnden "Is the mini van door open" Barnden "Marty I'll spend everything tonight" Ballsma "Four more fire milks!" Woodsie, ballsma, Marty, barnden "Check his stats baby" Douch bag to Marty "Share your popcorn" Woodsie, ballsma, Marty, barnden "Why don't you guys just shut up" **** to us Woodsie open house puke "Can we see if my shirts at the midget ...
... and chatted for quite a while. It had been a real treat to talk to Mike about films we shared in interest in and to see his autographed photographs, Beatles posters and assorted Americana. We left at about 8pm and were back in our super cool motel room by half past. I went to bed immediately and Harry turned out the light soon afterwards, although I think he was on his BlackBerry under the covers again.
The heat had drained us, but it had been a great experience all ...
... in a beautiful home on several acres of property. Over wine, cheese and crackers and wonderful home-made pumpkin soup, we chatted about our travels since Krakow to Budapest and watched one of Carol's picture shows on South Africa. We left reasonably early as it was a work day following for Stacys and the we did not want the water from the day to freeze before we got home. Frank showed us some of the tires he designed - very interesting.
... again and take photographs. There was the bridal party, then the bride’s family, then the groom’s family, then “expanded” families with close friends.
At 5:30, Carolyn, Ray and Ben led the procession down some very tricky stone steps to the stage, followed by the groomsmen and bridesmaids. Finally the bride and her parents decended the steps to the strains of “Sunrise, Sunset” (from “Fiddler on the Roof). Ashley joined Ben on the ...