Tempe Mission Palms
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... His critics say he has gotten too commercial and that many works aren't his but his apprentices'. Of course he gets the credit. None the less they are amazing! We had seen his exhibit in Atlanta. It was interesting to see the different pieces that adapted to the desert ...
... br> So i have a couple of pictures but I'm a little too tired to write out the whole day, basically we went out there, played board games and ate junk food and then came back to Phoenix, and while it doesn't sound tiring I think I'm still getting over my jetlag a bit. I went to sleep pretty early last night.
Today we're going to look at a video game museum and maybe a few other places around Phoenix.
Here's some photos.
... You know that if you spent more time with them, you would fall and become lost within them so you keep your distance and limit your time with them. But knowing that one day you’ll submit.
OK, enough of the touchy feely stuff, here’s the deal for this years trip. 9 students, 4 volunteers (drivers, cook, camp bosses), and myself will spend 3 weeks traveling Namibia living out of 4x4s sometimes bush camping and ...
... and we just weren't able to get over to the US Airways counter in Phoenix in time to check in for our flight (international requires 45 minutes prior to departure). The next flight wasn't until the following morning, so as one door closed, another one opened. Scott said he was concerned we wouldn't be able to get a hotel room due to the Fiesta Bowl in Phoenix the next day. I said, "Doesn't your sister, Randi, live here?" He ...
... five hours and a couple of stop offs, one at the famous Hoover dam, pretty impressive if you like that kinda stuff, and one in a little town called Williams which was like a proper old style American town with the motels, jukeboxes etc (also home to the first route 66 sign!), we reached grand canyon national park just as it started to absolutely pour down with rain. The monsoon stopped long enough for us to go to the edge and marvel at the canyon. Me and Snellers ...