Radisson Fort McDowell Resort & Casino
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Eagle View RV Resort at Fort McDowell, Yavaupai Nation, is not far from the foothills of the Tonto National Forest. The RV park is really upscale. It's part of the Yavaupai's Casino, Fort McDowell's Radisson Resort, We-ko-pa Golf Club, Equestrian Center and Western Event Venue. It's also the most expensive park we've been to so far. We're only here for two weeks, through the end of November. There are dozens of other ...
... on the sidewalk of the Revere Beach Boulevard, chatting and enjoying the sun and sounds of the surf was his target. No one could fathom the source of his almost maniacal anger - but it was incessant just the same - spurting and bubbling over repeatedly as he would exit the police cruiser day after day and week after week ordering the helpless friends away from the sidewalk - which by the way stretched twenty-two feet across and was in no way being blocked by ...
"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 ...
... store, an ice cream store with delicious gelatos (we had salted Carmel!) and a restaurant. The surfaces in the restaurant are completely covered in dollar bills and currencies from 67 countries. The place was packed so we had brought in our guide books and expected to wait. Within 5 min we had cold Superstition lager in frosty mason jars! The food was excellent and was too fast to do any reading. Just ...
... mountain ranges (Superstition Range). Rod drove us through amazing topography - up and down and around and around. Thankfully Gina had pre-ordered our tickets as the departures were for the most part full. We went onto the enclosed upper deck behind windows we could open for photography. And photograph I did. Unfortunately the only animals we saw were Mountain Sheep and some well trained ducks - that is they came to the boat to be fed popcorn and the like. Too ...