Residence Inn Scottsdale North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... our dinner conversation very lively, as evidenced that we were the last to leave the dining room at around 10:30. Jim and I feel we ,"got lucky"! THURSDAY, Oct 9th: Today we arrive in Kaohsiung, Taiwan's second largest city, (Formerly Formosa) It was founded during the Ming Dynasty, later settled by the Dutch, ceded to Japan, then handed back to China. Once again we expected a small city, and were overwhelmed by the size of the port and the vastness of the surroundings. We ...
I went with Sandy to pick up her grand daughter, Gabby and took her to volleyball training. Went to Toms Thumb for coffee and then took the girls back to their summer school.
Sandy and I both went and had haircuts and Rob went shopping on his own.
Dinner at Isabell's kitchen - an Italian restaurant up the road from Sandy's with her friends Maryanne & Jerry - lovely couple and a great night was had by ...
... splendid home in Scottsdale. The boys, though, quickly forgot all about the slightly fractious (mainly due to an unusually testy driver) journey, the frequent stops for gallons of water and Gatorade, the impressive views (especially the Joshua trees), and the extraordinary heat when they jumped into J&S's lovely swimming pool. The first beer of the evening was probably one of the best that Jill and I have ever ...
Tonight we are staying at the poshest hotel so far - Gina and Rod's place. Words escape me again! Richard and I are using the bottom level apartment - very comfortable and beautifully decorated as is the rest of the house. Fortunately we made it there from Tubac before the sun set as Gina said most people do not find it, even in the sun. Of course many people have not done the navigating we have!
We left Tubac after breakfast (oatmeal and granola ...
... surrounded by several dozen small booths from which, at busy times of the year, one can purchase overpriced trinkets, undiscovered objets d'art and 5-for-$20 t-shirts. Exactly the gravitas one would expect of a national treasure. In October, the selection is skimpy.
Onward, we drove toward Shiprock. Shiprock (the town) is a Navajo tribal headquarters, often mentioned in Tony Hillerman’s books as the headquarters for detective Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn. We looked forward to ...