The Ritz-Carlton Phoenix
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... been quicker. The spring break factor kicked in again, with my flight to Chicago full. I was offered a $200 gift card to go later but opted not to work out if I could still get to parkrun that way. Two short flights only totalled 4 and a quarter hours, but with an hour and a half at Chicago to walk down 15 gates and a three hour time difference, I landed in Raleigh/Durham at 9.30, slightly bleary eyed but sufficiently with it to get the right buses and make it to Durham ...
... since his initial telling of the broken ankle and much relieved to see the apt door open. Actually he was in good spirits considering he has a big cast up to his knee and is not to put ANY weight on it for 6 weeks! A neighbor had just arrived home from the store with supplies for him and I helped carry them up stairs for her. My lupus was fine when I awoke this morn but by the time I arrived at his place I could barely walk-my knees hurt that bad. Took extra pills ...
So I learned today that I'm not the only one with technological problems. Ofelia, the other girl going with me to Ramat-Gan, had her iPhone stolen, which she was planning on using as a camera. So ha! It's not only me with a severe lack in good photo taking capabilities. We're sitting at the gate, about to board in about ten minutes for our first flight to philadelphia. We're getting called up. ...
... how we were going to subdivide the one bedroom up between all of our suitcases, and then headed out to dinner.
Using Yelp, we found a fantastic restaurant on the corner of Scottsdale Rd. and Camelback Rd. called Olive and Ivy. Great atmosphere and great food. After dinner, we decided to take a pedi-cab ride around old South Scottsdale. Our driver/cyclist's name was Nathan, and he was quite the character. ...
I'm coming home.
Dropped the car off in Phoenix after a five hour drive, caught the shuttle bus to the departures terminal and thought out my options. I'm done basically, that's it, end of the line on the travelling.
My life is missing some fundamental ...
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