Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Goodyear-West Phoenix Area
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... night. Im working from 6:30 am to about 3:30 pm that day. But, it s been a slow week and it s busy on saturday. Plus, anyone who knows me knows i' m a work horse. But, as i am traveling, the money from this week will be paid to me while traveling. So, ill appreciate it ...
... from him 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. ...
... It was a birthday for one of the small children and Connie had brought a cake, plates, forks, napkins – the works and someone else had brought hats for the kids. Our guide was good and enjoyed the tour. This also goes into the Charles River-(amphibious from WWII). And I drove this one also (I had driven the Super Duck a couple years ago and it goes out into the harbor). It was a fun day.
Nov 13th-Tue-We were supposed to go into town to meet with ...
Lottery fever claimed the city of Phoenix today. In fact, it claimed the attention of nearly everyone in the USA. The eight states that were NOT selling tickets were Alabama, Alaska, Florida, Hawaii, Mississippi, Nevada, Utah, and Wyoming. Nevada? Go figure.
The stories were thick and heavy on the news. Sad tales of winners of the past, lives ruined by too much money come too fast; ...
... the direction of Los Angeles, turn south onto the Estrella Parkway and proceed down to South Ballpark Way. Follow the helpful signs and volunteers until directed into a lot. Parking is free. If you happen to drive onto the rather lengthy main runway of the airport nearby you have probably gone too far to the east.
When you leave the park and wish to head for home, access to the I-10 takes less than five minutes with normal traffic. Pretty impressive. If only the fine folk in ...