SpringHill Suites Phoenix Chandler/Fashion Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... All of the GM buildings were gone and the only remnants were the "fence" and the "bank" of one of the old test tracks. Progress in the making!
Next. we spent a few hours at the Mesa Market (flea market). found a few items and had to leave because the men were getting restless..hahah..Onward to a beautiful drive up the road to Tortilla Flats. It was a beautiful drive up and around mountains and switchbacks.. ...
... be a different Christmas experience, but fun! … Then back to Arizona ready to continue our journey exploring southern California for a few weeks and a regroup in Mesa before heading east. Winter weather will force us to take a southeasterly route to Habersham. We are expecting to be in Beaufort around mid-March.
We want to send ya’ll a very Merry Christmas and an absolutely great New ...
... around. George and I threatened that since Dusty liked our RV we would sneak him on board Sunday when we were headed west to continue our trip.
Their home is beautiful with that southwest influence and Gloria (maybe Ronald helped) has done a great job decorating her house with wall hangings, paintings etc. The tile floors, high ceilings and the furniture just blend in. The layout is open and of course outside they have a ...
We are having such a good time in Mesa, AZ! We arrived last week and hit the ground running getting into the snowbird lifestyle Arizona style. We are at the same park as Penny and Gene U. from Coeur d'Alene, they introduced us to the park and all it's activities. Friday night was a social gathering at the pool, Saturday night we played cards, Sunday breakfast out ...
... and so they just held everyone in front of yet another gate until everything was complete. We stood (in shade, thankfully) for another half an hour or so watching the gigantic stadium clock count down and having sweaty idiots try and rush past us to get closer to the gate (that wasn't open...). On the plus side, volunteers were flinging all kinds of goodies into the crowd, although no-one really wanted the free decks of Magic: The Gathering cards (Kelsey and I wasted no ...