Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the other petroglyphs and their stories.....they're all very quick to say no one knows....and your interpretation is just as valid as anyone elses.
Laurie is intently listening to the discussion and lecture the docent is giving. I am quite happy to sit on the stump and study. I sit there for probably 30 minutes studying them.....and notice that as the light changes, others appear...and the ones you just saw...disappear. It has to ...
Been doing research in how the govt shut down could affect out trip. So far the Statue of Liberty is closed, 911 memorial is still is open since the Feds don't own it. jFK Library in Boston is probably not run by the Feds. am track could shut down in a ...
... set up for the picnic and watched as the storm approached us amd we were engulfed in the clouds. It was a phenomenal experience!!! We managed to finish our lunch before the rain came and were packed up and driving down the mountain as the heavens opened. We couldn't believe how spectacular the view from the top of the mountain was!! Tonight was a fantastic final of ...
... has created an oasis in the middle of the desert. The sound of hearing running water from far away just gave a feeling of calm so I am glad I decided to do this today.
It was 10 degrees cooler here than back at the hotel but very humid(for Arizona) and it was starting to wear me out. After a quick lunch at Wendy's it was back here to the hotel to relax a little before I decide what to do for the evening.
... is a forester and is very knowledgeable. He kept the drive interesting by pointing out fun facts, helping us count the "hidden" police cars on the sides of the highway, giving us history lessons about the towns we drove through and educating us on the different mountains we drove by like the San Francisco peaks- named after the San Franciscan monks who lived in the mountains. We learnt all about the surrounding vegetation and fauna and even saw a ...