Motel 6 Phoenix Mesa - Country Club Dr
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... with taxes, but breakfast is included, and this is a tourist town! No control over the heat/AC. Back out walking for a bit and finally decided on a place for dinner. The Haunted Hamburger did not sound too good but looked like the best thing in the town (well, there is the Asylum where entrée prices start at over $30). We ended up with a very good meal- Phil said it was one of the best steaks he has had and I had a great Philly Cheese steak. Back to the ...
... died. I am glad that Donna has the cooking job there now, BUT, we really miss getting to talk with her. The gal who replaced her is a slug with no personality. Donna and the food is why we go there and now there is just the food so may not go as often now.
March 29, 2015-Sunday-Hope to get to the swap in Mesa but it is almost 11 now so doubt we will make it-again! We actually did get there but only had time for one isle- still one to ...
... 8230; we get the wire pulled and the circuits tested… all is fine… now for the pool guy to return and re-program the controller… all that’s left is for Sabino to cover the trench… and level the ground… and of course take the time to do the leak repair in the elbow that’s needed as well.
A day off was ...
... and the room was hot so turned on the air conditioner and it did not work. Called Carol and she was unconcerned. Would offer no solutions, though later we did get a small fan that was useless. Later found that the AC had not worked for a bit and she was aware of it and did not tell us when we arrived. She said a repair man was coming in the morning so we suffered through the night with very little sleep.
Next morning Carol assured ...
... when your pizza is ready. The seating is long tables and benches, the better to pack you in with. 30 minutes after opening (so at 4:30 – can you tell the place is full of blue hairs?), the Wurlitzer (purchased by the restaurant in the 1970’s) and its organist rise out of the stage on an 8,000 lb rotating hydraulic lift. Since a theatre pipe organ was designed to replace full orchestras, it imitates ...