Sleep Inn at North Scottsdale Road
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... and children (including his mistress) were murdered in a fire. FLW was not home at the time and it is thought by many that a servant was responsible.
Years later there was a second fire at his home, reducing it to ashes, so this Arizona home had several fire breaks built into the design.
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We spent most of the day in the Standrings' splendid infinity pool, and with much assistance from John (and his PA) and Suzanna we tracked down an RV garage in Scottsdale, about 40 mins from the house. John and I took care of the getting the vehicle to the repair shop (the thermometer in the RV read 133F) so I rather enjoyed the ride back ...
... buying from a small family RV lot in Fountain Hills, AZ. They pride themselves on on having high quality RVs but maintain a small inventory. They were right. Once I looked at their units, I knew we found the place to buy from - it was just a matter of picking which one! Well that too has a story.
Of all of the units on the lot fully inspected, ready to go....we had to inquire about the good looking quiet lonely one in the back corner on day ...
... man that's a huge state!) and into New Mexico, destination: Carlsbad. We arrived too late to visit the caves that day, so after dinner we had a bonfire and made s'mores: essentially biscuits, chocolate and roasted marshmallow - delicious, if slightly sickening. Probably not helped by the most giant marshmallows ever. The next day, Saturday, we visited the Carlsbad Caverns, spectacular and huge underground caves (more than 117 all up) with ...