BEST WESTERN PLUS Phoenix Goodyear Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... eyes and had a week or so of hell with the eye acting up (it was very sensitive to light) it's starting to come around now, good thing as we are leaving in a few days to drive to California.
We are still having problems getting good Internet here in the RV park. As we mentioned before, the system that they have here is ****** to terrible at best, but we signed up for it and yuck, no good, money wasted... We then went and bought a ...
... off a bit. Down to the mid to high 60's still pretty nice, great weather for getting out and hiking, golfing, etc. Shopped for better internet. We had been having problems with the quality of the internet that we could get here so we went out to see what we could do about it.m we looked into getting an American Cellphone with a plan so we could call back to Canada with, or something else that would work. What we settled on was a 4G ...
... we have never seen before. The weather is amazing! A bit cloudy today but still in the high 60s. That is why we come down South, for the SUN!
Hallaloya once settled in we got the internet going and checked on the condition of our house and when we called our caretakers they told us that our furnace is fixed and we have heat in the house again!
Until next time, adios.
Hey Ya'll! Before I begin my journey, I thought I'd recap on something I missed in Vegas. We went to this restaurant called Serendipity 3. It's apart of Caesars Palace. They specialize in deserts so between lunch and dinner we decided to give it a go. Looking at the menu, they had things like frozen hot chocolates and deep fried Oreo sundaes, and deep fried snickers sundaes....We had no Idea what a frozen hot chocolate was but we thought instead of asking, ...
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Before we left for Phoenix we searched online for a place to camp, but had a hard time finding one that would accept kids (many only allow 55 and older) in the area we were looking to stay. The week before, I was reading a blog about a family who traveled fulltime and read they had a hard time finding one as well until they found The Deserts Edge RV Park and really liked it. It was further away than we were hoping to stay, but again once ...