Red Roof Inn Phoenix Airport
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Pets allowed
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... in the towns we pass through. Nobody has hassled us about it.
We finally turned on the White and Parker Road and that was a great ride with minimal traffic near sundown. It appeared that we were going to have to sleep in somebody's hay field as we couldn't see a tree or bush to hide behind.
Finally, we found a powerline construction site and we asked the security guard if we could sleep in the desert next door. He didn't care because that wasn't a place he ...
... and then we all shook hands and parted ways.
After a brief respite from the sun in the stadium seating, we were back out on the bitumen again for Polar Bear Club. By this point Kelsey was nearly fainting from heat exhaustion, so we used the umbrella that the hostel lady had so graciously lent us, and managed to keep from passing out for a little while at least. I bought her a Hawaiian shaved ice (a giant cup of shaved ice with some cordial pumped into it) and that ...