La Quinta Inn Phoenix North
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of these motor homes, some were amazing, and even towing huge cars behind them.
We arrived in Phoenix, followed our directions from the GPS and were soon pulling into our digs for the evening. Very nice.
The afternoon walk to the market, some fresh food and a home cooked meal.....yummy
Tomorrow we continue our journey to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon
... airline changed my layover flight from Texas to Newark. So it was double the flight time of my trip to Panama. Needless to say, I arrived in Newark cranky.
The whole international travel thing is a mess. You see I get off the plane in Newark and wait in line to get through customs where the worker is barely social despite the fact that I actually tried to be friendly. She wasn't mean just super uninterested. Then I grabbed my checked bag ...
It may seem like Arizona is green, and certainly the northern part of the state is. But don't let that fool you.
First and foremost, heed the signs of welcome. "We're glad you're here, now be careful of what can kill you." As you can tell, we made it through.
As we made our way to Flagstaff for lunch with friends of Jo's, we ...