Premier Inns Mission Valley
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Day 8. The first thing I noticed this morning was the intense Phoenix heat that hit me head on as soon as I stepped in the sun. It felt like I was placed in an oven and Chef Summer kept turning up the temperature until I was well past done. I wanted to take advantage of being in Phoenix for the day so I slathered on the sunblock, rocked my sunglasses, guzzled water, and off I went on a difficult hike up Camelback Mountain along the Echo Trail. This hike started off on an ...
... trip home that we will have lots of room for souvenirs. If it is to much luggage to handle I am sure that the next time and trust me on this there will be a next time. I will learn from experience and pack lighter. Now here we are two days away from leaving, and everything is packed except for those last minute items that you use on a daily basis. We can throw those in on Friday morning.
Aloha friends see you again on our way to paradise.
... board. It was incredible value for $20 & I highly recommend it. Afterwards we got the coastal train to Old Town which being so close to the Mexican boarder is all things Mexican. Had a look around & picked a highly rated restaurant called Coyotes for dinner. Again we over ordered, but still found room for their famous deep fried ice cream. Had a wicked day in San Diego so decided to stay another night to explore again the next ...
... t quite fit the bill. Last time I was on a Southwest flight they sang the safety information to the tune of the "Fresh Prince of Bel Air" theme song. AWESOME.
So anyway, we reached Las Vegas, as soon as we touched down there were more screams of "VEGAS BABY! Wooo!!! Let's get this party started!" So much laughter...SO. MUCH. SO. LOUD. Yikes. They finally got off the plane, the silence was heavenly.
... Pascale played in the sea for a bit, and the water was sparkly with tiny specks of gold from the California Gold Rush. We also managed, after a long and tedious wait in three queues, to go ice skating on the beachfront next to the hotel. It was considerably busier than the pop up one that was in Wellington a while ago, but still enjoyable and very amusing, as neither of us are very good...
Dinner at the Hunter Steakhouse round ...