Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel Tempe
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... than I had thought. Back out to Don and Anita’s and Megan where we had a spaghetti dinner, watched TV and off to bed.
July 30th-Tuesday- A stay at home day, till later this afternoon. Suzie called and Lee was taken back to the hospital – he is worse instead of better! Will now meet her at the Salem Hospital this afternoon and then on to Gary and Sharons. At the hospital later to see Lee. Suzie, and Lee’s kids, were there and ...
... in front of the restaurant sign and went to get ready for our show!
We were happy to find the hotel offered a free shuttle to the theater so we wouldn't have to mess with parking. We met out front and got in the van and drove the short distance to the ASU Gammage. We took pictures of the Sister Act sign and then went in to find our seats. We've been in this theater once before (for Les Miserables!!) but ...
... to do. We felt like we'd won the lottery or something haha. On the way home around 2a.m we went to Chipotle again for our daily fix.. We didn't end up getting home too late as we were to be up at 5.30 for our grand canyon tour! Next day,after about 3hrs sleep we reluctantly dragged ourselves out of bed and onto the bus to the canyon. I felt absolutely horrendous, my eyes wouldn't even open far enough for me to put my lenses in so I spent the first half of the day partially ...
... not in Huanchaco where I will be working. This means I will be using the public transportation to work! This is definitely something I will have to get used to, but I am excited to live in one place and work in another. This way I will get to experience two different kinds of places; the city center and the beach town! So, all I have are two names, Elsa and Douglas. Even though I don't have any other information ...
... s bed, sunlit days and starry nights. Photos and letters augment the vivid images.
“This is a technologically cutting-edge, creative approach,” says Bruce Peterson, owner of Grande Exhibitions, the Australian company that created this unique show. “We wanted something that is totally refreshing and emotionally engaging.”
The technology behind the show, and the artist’s ...