Knights Inn Mesa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... check whether park cable will work because we don't have it here but other than that..... EVERYTHING WORKS!
We then took the old TV to Best Buy for recycling and returned an un-needed cord they had sold us. I went out to do some laundry at a local laundromat while Bob took a well deserved rest.
We had a Facetime visit with Eli and his parents and then watched our new TV. ...
... Cori's favorite characters. The ASU plates are not necessarily because of Ted's patronage to his employer, they were purchased for practical reasons. When we went to get the van registration extended to cover the full period we would be traveling, Ted asked about getting two plates, on for the back and one for the front since Arizona typically issues only one plate for the rear. The reason we want two plates is that in Mexico we have had troubles with the police ...
... Scuttlebuttes. Nice weather, but still cool at nights.
March 6, 2014-Thursday—A French Toast morning. After reading the papers Phil started reading Gary Wolfs new Roger Rabbit book. Gary had asked us to read it and give him some reviews. I started a 'once a year’ really thorough floor cleaning! I was about 1/3 done when Gary and Sharon showed up and we stopped and had a good visit. After they left we finished our tasks. Well, I ...
... so much bread around the burger, and tastes great! Watched some TV and off to bed.
February 12, 2014-Wednesday—Another phone call at 8 am to wake us—did not know the number so ignored it! But we are up early again. Dressed and headed out Power Rd to the 5 & Diner for breakfast. I have not been there for at least 12 years! A food breakfast and a great older waiter named Jim. Back home to do some emailing. We have been owed $41 ...
... guy that grated on Rancid – a retired Boston cop who refused to call it quits. During bouts of confusion, he sometimes imagined that he was once again a fully employed police sergeant reprimanding Rancid for insubordination and various other rule violations. He was in full uniform during one of these events. Rancid arrested him for “impersonating a police officer” but the court released him the following morning. But not before ...