Staybridge Suites Phoenix/Glendale
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We woke up early and used the handheld GPS to hike from the RV park to the Visitor's Center and then over the Mather Point to see the Canyon. Still very cloudy, but we had a good view - for a few minutes. Soon, the fog rolled in, obscuring the entire Grand Canyon - nothing but white! We walked to rim trail hoping it would clear up, to no avail. Saw …
... sup>th year in the present building. A $500 a plate fund raiser! We were given tickets and what a nice thing. This was dressy and the Copley Ballroom is gorgeous! About 500 people attending –cocktails before and a magnificent dinner-Filet and the trimmings very beautifully presented, drinks all evening long, the dessert to pretty to eat, but we did-just a great and impressive evening. Saul was there too, dressed in a suit and he and his friend were part of ...
... sites. Got a nice shot of Rick Sutcliffe and Tim Kirchin giving their take on the Sox chances this season, not good according to them : ( After loading up with some "Helmet Nachos", a Sennoran Hot Dog and some 90 Shilling Ale from Odell we were ready for some baseball! The Sox POUNDED the Royals, with Adam Dunn homering twice, hope that carries over to the season!
... 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 ...
... was $10 each, but we paid and went in. The shootout reenactment had just started and we got a see down front. It was very well acted --they just did a great job! The show is about 25 minutes long, and then we wandered around and listened and saw exhibits in the compound. Phil took my picture with the Earp brothers and Doc Holliday. Before we left we found a blacksmith, from Idaho, and spent a long time chatting with him. He is a history buff and answered a lot ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center