Red Roof Inn Phoenix North - Bell Road
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... out a fuzzy soft tarantula. I got a magnet. :) We then headed back to our flat with mr falling asleep in the car. Since we meeting up with my cousins for dinner, I needed to get some dinner for mr who is a bit picky about food options. We then headed back out on the road to meet up at Pei Wei which I thought was going to be like a restaurant we used to go to with the same name up here. The food was good but the menu options were ...
... of next years' Superbowl, which is a great location for it, especially in January. We shared a few beers and a plate of nachos at the game and made some new friends in the crowd. The Cardinals fans were a fun bunch too, with good natured smack talk but not hitting below the belt or becoming belligerent. The two fights we saw when we were leaving the stadium were between 9ers fans themselves, so I guess we ...
... the he had never heard of or seen a digital picture frame! We got loud and he stomped off! Later back to see if my electric
was off—only some homes here are and his and mine are 2 of them. It was off for a couple of hours but now back on. Then an alert that a serious storm is coming and it is very windy and dark outside. I changed my ticket to Boston to the 10th, a week away. No real reason to wait till the 13th. Did my laundry ...
What a night.... The three of us jumped in a cab and headed to a bar in Tempe, was quite quiet when we first arrived but got busier. Anthony's mate Tony (who's birthday it was) was a top lad, there was another bloke who we were chatting to, he was ok but a bloody skint flint, never went to the bar so Lee and I stuck a "I have a small wiener" sticker on his back, that was very funny. So the usual ...
... to see lots of wind farms and sand. I got into Phoenix around 6, just in time for rush hour but the hostel that I was staying at was not that far into the city so i was not in it for long. I got to CamelBackpacker, the hostel that i was staying at, @ 6:30 and was tired. Grabbed a bite to eat, watched some tv, took a shower, and was out. By the way, the hostel was very nice, new, clean, and only $26 - for the US that's good! ...
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