Residence Inn Phoenix Goodyear
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... people there for the parade and bowl games. We have rented a place in Pasadena not too far from the parade route and bought tickets for the grandstand so we can see the parade. We were told that people start lining up for the "free" spots on the curb a day or two in advance.
Some friends we made here recommended that we go to see the bolders up in Carefree so we did. My oh my, never seen something like that before. Great experience. ...
... game, they were playing the Kansas City Chiefs, the game was OK, but what goes on outside was amazing! They have tailgaters everywhere, we went around 10am for a 2pm game and there were hundreds of people already there to tailgate. One area called the park was all grass and it was filled with tailgating parties, a stage with music, even a "Wedding"! Can you believe it, a real wedding the ...
... however you can't reap the benefits of that signal from much away. Other challenge with this, isn't that all wireless products competent at accepting a 5GHz wireless signal, so not all device you have can take advantage of the additional frequency. For those who have a lot of other wireless devices in your residence, or reside in a crowded area, you are going to desire to decide on a router with dual ...
This is the beginning of our 6 weeks of travel for our 50th Anniversary.
We started early from Surprise, AZ, went to Kingman, AZ, Las Vegas, NV, Mesquite, NM, Provo, UT, Salt Lake City and arrived in Park City, UT. A total of 636 miles in about 11 1/2 hours. We had a great travel day with no problems. It was a busy day, so not many pictures. Will get more in Park City, UT.
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On Tuesday morning we left San Diego and started driving inland towards Phoenix, Arizona. The drive was quite interesting as you could see the coastline that we'd been driving along for the past week change into a desert landscape. About halfway along the seven-hour drive we stopped at Joshua Tree National Park. We didn't go in, but we drove along the road to it for a while and stopped to take some pictures. It was interesting to see miles and miles of desert, and be ...