Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel
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... they were occupying in the major intersections. We saw the police and the TV cameramen, but no violence. Before we began shopping we ventured into a "noodle shop" for lunch. I had braised noodles with soy sauce, and Jim had noodles with wanton. I found it very sloppy and difficult to eat, especially since I never mastered using chop sticks, but it was interesting seeing all the local Chinese people who frequented this neighborhood restaurant. At the market we haggled ...
As the last entry ended we had started Day 7 of our journey with the visit to Carlsbad Caverns. We left from their with several friends and strangers we happened upon in conversation, encouraging us to go the more scenic route and visit White Sands. Since we had gone from hot, sticky Florida, to hot sticky Louisiana, into the impressively hot state of Texas and New Mexico, I expected more of the same, especially ...
A museum day in Phoenix. Not quite the highlight, though, which came as I chose the lower level route over interstate 10 (which is buried in tunnels) by going through Margaret T Hance park. I'd already walked through a green and pleasant part and was intrigued by the urban art I'd spotted. I was also intrigued when walking through, as a creature in a red dress appeared ahead of me and spoke briefly to two girls passing through. I don't know ...
... exits. It's not all that surprising when you consider that everyone in that city drives in the far right lane and none of them are willing to let in the cars coming on from the ramps. Aside from being rude it's just plain dangerous, but what can you do?
We parked in downtown Scottsdale where we ate a few nights earlier, and Kasia had researched a restaurant called FnB which was supposed to be one of the city's best. When we arrived ...
... for the Grand Canyon. On arriving at the Grand Canyon, we went to a lookout for our first views. Words cannot describe the Grand Canyon so I won't even try! Dinner was just at the buffet, then we met two locals (Eric and Westley) who took us to have a prickly pear cactus cocktail then to see the stars. There were telescopes set up, we saw the moon, an exploded star and a galaxy ...