Travelodge Scottsdale AZ
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... holders" (the new HOT item over here), "genuine Rolex watches", and sunglasses. Then we took the subway to Hong Kong Island and took in the Maritime Museum. It was very well done, tales about the trade routes established by the various old world countries, and the phases that Hong Kong went through. They intended to replace the ferries on the Victoria River, but eventually decided to keep them and do tunnels. We wanted to rest for the evening laser "Sound and Light" show at ...
... great and the pools were outstanding. We went when it was very hot and not a lot of visitors so the pools were nice and quiet when we wanted to go for a swim. We took the complimentary shuttle a couple times and found that the driver was very nice and helpful and even recommended a great restaurant in Old ...
Unsurprisingly the day started early (very early) as jet lag kicked in. The boys had two breakfasts, a bit of cereal at 5am and the the full Vegas breakfast buffet (a staggering array of food) as soon as the restaurant opened at 7. I'm fairly sure Will ate his bodyweight in pancakes, eggs and bacon. We took a taxi to Storage World, where the RV's parked, and saw our home for much of the next three weeks for the first ...
Today was the first anniversary of Dad's death. I can remember it like it was yesterday. We are so blessed to all be together to remember him in our own ways. Gina had pictures of Dad done for Mum and I that are from long ago but are very special. Gina is so thoughtful. She even ordered my favourite cereal for breakfast.
We planned to do two things in Dad’s memory – go on a boat and go to an English pub. We set off for the Dolly Steamship on Canyon ...
... the wedding tent, or chuppah (HOOP-ah). The ceremony was conducted by the rabbi, with the assistance of a retired Catholic priest – the two often work together on “hybrid” ceremonies. There were light moments, especially when Ashley and Ben had difficulty stomping on the traditional Jewish wedding glass, but the deed finally was done.
A lovely evening followed of dining, toasting and dancing. Ray provided a brief toast, concluding with, “Ben, take ...