SpringHill Suites Phoenix Downtown
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In the morning I headed out to Phoenix as I had ordered a pair of hiking shoes sent to that store from Boulder.
Saw lots of road runner cartoon cactus here! Such a change in elevation and and increase in temperature here! Warmth at last! I had icicles on the roof of my topper from my breath this morning.
... to see how fast we could do it. Breathing was tough. The air was very thin. That made it extremely difficult to breathe! I've never struggle breathing so much before. We got some cool handstand and jumping photos once we got to the top, which you should see soon.
After this, we got a shuttle bus over to the visiting centre where we could grab a bite to eat and drink. Also, did you know that unlike Australia, if you ask for ...
... limited stopping points between towns and cities.
We stopped for lunch in Santa Ana at a restaurant, Elba, where we had a choice of entrees, including enchiladas, tacos, beef and more. As we were traveling in more remote areas of Mexico, this tour was all inclusive as there were very limited places to eat. The restaurant was ready for us and was crowded with locals. The Mexican people, particularly those in the hospitality ...
... through London customs, grab my bag, go check it back in and back through security. Luckily I had a 4 hour lay-over which would be plenty of time.
The adventure started out with a gentleman being escorted off of the plane because he was being difficult. I believe that he may have been schizophrenic, but it made for an interesting start. I made it to Phoenix, grabbed a little food and went to stand by my gate. This is when ...
... sidewalk at this time because they knew that Rancid came on at 2:00 PM.) A friendly cop provided them with this tad of information.
Rancid would just have to play a waiting game and at the right time - POW! He would strike and arrest these guys for obstructing the sidewalk and violation of Rule 35, “failure to obey the reasonable demands of a police officer,” an outdated and archaic rule of the defunct Metropolitan District Commission ...