SpringHill Suites Phoenix North
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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Another gloriously sunny day in Phoenix today!
Back in the UK it was Mother's Day and I got to Skype call with my Mum for a while which was a lovely way to start the day! Not long till I get to see her in Toronto now!! Yay! She was at home watching her favourite movie Brigadoon, and I am very glad that one, she gets to watch it on Mother’s Day, and two, hopefully I won’t have to sit through it for at least six months now! Hehe! Naw, in ...
... over here, you get what we call a long black? Not knowing this, I asked for an extra shot in my ice coffee.. The gang realize that they usually either see me with coffee, energizer, Mountain Dew, or red bull. This concerned them. After eating a pumpkin and cream cheese muffin, we met the tour guide, and the 6 Trekkers who did the helicopter ride across the Grand Canyon.
Once we left the Grand Canyon we hit the all famous Route ...
... bend over backwards to ensure that you are having a good experience and we were warmly welcomed at this restaurant.
We continued on to the Great Plain which is flat and featureless until we reached Hermosillo. Hermosillo is a city of 850,000 and has the largest Ford manufacturing plant in Mexico. The city was named after Jose' Maria Gonzalez Hermosillo, a hero from the Mexican War of Independence from Spain. We visited the Plaza ...
... how many screaming children were about to board my 10 hour overnight flight to London. I kept my fingers crossed that I didn't have any in the near vicinity of my seat and boarded in the back of the flight. Unfortunately there was a very unhappy child 2 rows behind me. Thank goodness for noise canceling headphones! After we took off, all the children settled down and the flight was a fairly easy one. Before I knew it, I ...
... it back in the 50s for clearing up street gangs - one, by the way, that was ruled clearly unconstitutional. Of course Rancid knew none of this, he never cared much about constitutional law. He would leave that up to the communist loving, civil liberty lovers. He was the law here – plain and simple.
The interlude between the plan’s inception and its execution became increasingly tense. Things never seemed to be just right. The three ...