Windemere Hotel and Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... Road-first time at this one. They used to be just a short distance from us on Southern and then they move to Power and Hwy 60 location – not too far away but had to wind through a shopping mall area to get there and it was not near as friendly as the one on Southern so we stopped going. This one was ok but probably won’t go there much.
April 24th Friday—It rained today, enough that Phil could not walk the 2 miles ...
... sleep more~Wrist looks better but mostly the hot and red area has moved some. I took more allergy pills and it not seems a bit better but still hot and angry. Would be nice to know just what stung me!
February 18th –Wednesday-Busy day- I hosed the entire outside of the house of dust- color looks better, picked fruit, washed big rugs-they are in the back yard drying- will take a couple of days, plus a few more minor things taken care ...
Friday & Saturday we didn't have any tours. It was showtime. Friday night we went to Barleen's Arizona Opry Dinner Theater in Apache Junction. We were served a very good dinner before the show started. Friday nights show was Old Time Rock and Roll Show. They performed Rock and Roll hits of the 50's and early 60's. ...
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Usery Mountain Regional Park is named after the Usery brothers, who were cattle rustlers and stage coach bandits in the area in the 1800's. It sits on over 3,600 acres in the lower Sonoran Desert, at the western end of the Goldfield Mountains and adjacent to the Tonto National Forest and, conveniently, 5 minutes down the road from Mesa. The park has 75 campsites; 30 trails covering almost 30 miles for hiking, mountain biking and ...