Budget Lodge of Phoenix
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... all my years of WNBA watching the very much increased speed of the game is just so noticeable :)
This is what you get when you put the best of the best together! :)
Seeing women's basketball in an arena like US Airways Center is something i will remember for a long time as well ... the hype, the arena, the crowd, the knowledge, the enthusiasm - It really is just awesome to see. Thats all i can say! :)
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... traveling with Les as she knows someone from everywhere. If you are on a road trip with me i hope it consists of San Francisco, London and Munich, as those are the only places i have friends.
As always Leslie's friends are awesome and very kindly offered to put us up for two nights. Mel and Mike have a ridiculously amazing house. This place is big.
We introduced ourselves to their two dogs, the tiny ...
... 8230;different from my choice, of course. Like I wrote yesterday, it’s a Tucson thing.
I proceeded up the Interstate to the Phoenix area, where I had a very nice dinner meet-up with my longtime friend from HS, Robin (along with her sister Arlene and nephew Nolan), with whom I haven’t visited in person in about 16 years, and then I called it a day.
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