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In any case, the flight to England was straightforward and uneventful, although there are notices posted in Heathrow trying to track down the Paris terrorists from the attack ...
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... purchase of trinkets and souvenirs.
We headed back toward Phoenix and on to Glendale, site of the University of Phoenix Stadium, home of the Arizona Cardinals and the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.
The pre game party was fun with all the food and activities but by this time Judy was coming down with the same illness that hit me before we left Houston. By game time we were both feeling fairly rotten.
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... section in Arizona kept alive by a healthy tourist trade. We ended our week with a little Route 66 nostalgia including an overnight at an original 1930s' highway motel in the town of Kingman AZ. We had the John Wayne room and the photo says it all!
Some old villages along Route 66 have a new lease of life as tourist destinations. One popular village is Oatman AZ about 50 miles south west of Kingman. We rode out to have a look and stopped to take ...