Ramada Inn Phoenix Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We are in the back section of the park that is set aside for RV's. The permanent places back onto each other and don't have any yards. People use their driveways or carports for outside seating. It wouldn't be the type of park I would want to live in but it is pretty full, with people from Alberta, Ontario and some of the northern states. The people here seem to be older than us.
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We left the beautiful city of Baltimore this afternoon. ABSOLUTELY fell in love with the place.
Has been a long day. We had a 5 hour flight, with a stop over and ...
... towards the border crossing at Nogales, Arizona which is the second busiest border crossing into Mexico. Upon arriving at the border, a U.S. Border Patrol official boarded the coach, took a look at us, and we were on our way in approximately 5 minutes.
We then entered Mexico. We were all required to exit the coach with our passports and report to the immigration office with our passports and our completed tourist cards that we ...
... with "gas", no gambling, and Mim had her first experience of driving on the right hand side of the road.
The scenery did not change very much, the rocks did however change size, without much fan fare we left California, and entered Arizona. We saw lots of cactuses, just like the ones in the movies and cartoons. We crossed the boarder at Yuma,
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... 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 ...