Tempe Mission Palms
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After checking into our next hotel in Chandler, we were off to see Brenda and Jason Jabusch at there trailer park, but we stopped at Walmart and bought Kristen a temporal thermometer plus a few other things. We also stopped for lunch at Applebys because Olive Garden was packed for lunch then off to Brenda's. We found their ...
... Went back and finally found my chart and led me through the hospital and out the back door!!! To a mobile MRI unit – and finally had my test-in the coldest room I have been in!! Now to wait for results-maybe by Tuesday. We were going to do a lot of things on the way home but it was raining so on to home. I went out back to pick some oranges and the neighbor has 2 very yappy dogs that actually make me want to stay out of my own back yard. When I moved in here ...
... city was a challange we could not miss. The highest point of Tempe Butte stands at 1,496 feet (456 m) in
elevation, while its base is approximately at about 1,000feet , recent alterations include two water tanks on the south flank of
the butte, giving us access to the
manmade structures at the top with good views onto the east side of the butte which was partially excavated
in order to accommodate the ...
... and talked for a long time. Today we sent a note to Sean Hannity about the book. Will we get a note back? Who knows!
May 6th-Sunday-Up early and a sausage and egg morning! Later we headed out to the Mesa Market to buy a belt for a friend of Phils. It was hot out but not too bad inside the swap meet. Home and I dropped Phil off at the exercise room and he went from there to the pool. I went on home and changed to swim suit and back to join him in the warm ...
... I-10 from the south, exit at Southern Avenue, turn north onto 48th Street and look for Alameda Drive. Alternatively, approach the ball park on Hwy 143 from the north or Hwy 60 from the east.
Parking lots border the stadium and the cost per vehicle is $5.00. However, come early or else you will need to look for street parking nearby as an option. Since I arrived 90 minutes prior to the first pitch being thrown and found parking just behind the centre ...