El Primero Boutique Bed & Breakfast Hotel
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Day 8. The first thing I noticed this morning was the intense Phoenix heat that hit me head on as soon as I stepped in the sun. It felt like I was placed in an oven and Chef Summer kept turning up the temperature until I was well past done. I wanted to take advantage of being in Phoenix for the day so I slathered on the sunblock, rocked my sunglasses, guzzled water, and off I went on a difficult hike up Camelback Mountain along the Echo Trail. This hike started off on an ...
... has been empty since the 1400's. A lot of it is in ruins but, a bit of restoration work has been done to help maintain the upper structure. I took a picture of the lower area, with Nev beside it. The pueblo Indians are believed to have left the area, to resettle elsewhere. We had a visit from a cheeky squirrel, who was very cute. Then the long, long drive to San Diego. We ...
It's party day and E is excited! She's celebrating her eighth birthday with a few, well 20, friends. It's all about science this time, all conducted at ELF Labs. Be sure to bring your passes, your badge and don that lab coat for a fun time with Mad Science!
The morning started off with a cup of Tim's (yes, I brought some to her along with other missed goodies), before we continued on with the prepping for that afternoon's big event. It goes by quickly ...
I ordered the house red sangria that was heavy with brandy and wonderful. It was very refreshing, but enough flavor to make you want more. The sangria was served in a pint-sized Mason jar which tied in the theme nicely with the kitchen tables in the dining area. One of my dining mates had a drink consisting of apple bourbon, basil, and pear cherry puree...if you ware a bourbon lover, you will never forget that apple bourbon. The special house beer is the ...
... made camp.
We realized after seeing a million bikers pass us that we were on the olympic training course. Apparently it must be the speed training course for bullet bikes also, as they sped through there like a blinding light zipping past.
We stopped at a little RV park store for a chocolate milk. Cute older lady who wanted to make sure we were riding single file, cuz those other bikers ride two or three abreast and cars ...