SpringHill Stuites Phoenix Glendale
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... yes to small adventures and opportunities here in the everyday. Life is to be enjoyed, and whilst jobs and responsibilities are important, I don't want living to get in the way of the splendidness that is LIFE.
The people I met along my journey have had such an impact on me. Amazingly, I went almost the entirety of my journey without meeting other Americans. It was incredibly interesting not only learning about South American countries, but also a ...
... Easy Street, Mission, Full Sail, Fat Tire, Pyramid, Tecate, Firestone, Fire Rock, Landshark, Heineken, Modelo and Corona.
For the spirits drinker there are $12.00 margaritas to quench the thirst.
Camelback Ranch has an excellent PA system with a strong and effective announcer.
Even with a large and sold out crowd there is still plenty of room to move about in the concourse stretching from first to third base and in the lawn ...
... and then they left for her brother Don’s place to spend the day. We hung around here, took a walk, went to the exercise room, then Phil swam. Later Al and Joy stopped by and we chatted. When they left we dressed for dinner at Rustlers Rooste in Phoenix where we had the Cowboy stuff dinner for 2-- we brought home about 4 lbs of food! Had a good time and always like to watch the lights come on in Phoenix. Back home before Don and Anita so relaxed till they arrived. We ...
I'm taking an anthropology class this summer yeah lotsa fun! But anyway one of the extra credit assignments were to visit the Pueblo Grande Museum. Here in Phoenix, it is a ancient Hohokam ruin. It is specualted that that was the center of a great agricultural society.
The assignment is to draw a picturre of one ceramic vessel and another of non ceramic artifact. Unfortunately it was too hot to go ...
... over the head of the person in front of you - you either have to lean to see around or move seats, which is what we did. For the first time ever we actually moved across the aisle to seats that had no one in front of them so that we could see. And lastly, it seems like a silly thing, but there are no cup holders. How do you build a brand new multi-million dollar state of the art stadium and not put ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking