Studio 6 Phoenix - Tempe
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... open the boot just to check that they had taken everything and , guess what, there was someone else's luggage in the boot. We had driven off in the wrong car. We followed the golf cart back to the hotel lobby to find the owner of the car looking very relieved. In my defence, the car was identical to ours and the valet must have thought that the mistake would cost him his job. Jen starts filming tomorrow so we are going to visit the set to see how a film is ...
... I waited in admitting for a long time and someone finally noticed me and said they would find someone to help me, and many minutes later someone did-A lady who obviously did not like her job and mumbled, typed with one finger and ask the same questions over and over! She finally led us to the MRI unit and said to wait there- No one around. Finally a gal who looked about 14 appeared and said DR would be right out—and about 20 minutes later he came out and ask ...
So today Robin becomes an oldie...hehe.. My Ian woke us up at 6am with a happy birthday message from Sydney, Robin was soo glad he remembered..!!!!
After a nice long chat we got ready for our day out... Robin had chosen to go to Tempe again so with maps and timetables in hand we set off on our free trolley bus rides to the nearby city.
Climbing up the Volcanic Tempe Butte, otherwise known as "A" mountain in the centre ...
... for cigars and a stop at Barnes and Noble where we spent our gift cards. He bought his book and had it shipped to his Uncle Dick and Aunt Mary, and I paid my money to renew my B&N card to give me free shipping. Phils back is ‘out’ again so we did not do all the shopping I wanted to do. Tonight we went to Yen Ching near the hospital, a favorite Chinese place of mine. Good food as always and we should go there more often! Back home for wine and ...
... beyond the left field wall are added to the equation. There is no accessibility in terms of taking a 360 degree tour about the stadium like you can in most of the other ball parks.
Since the stadium is just a few minutes drive southeast of the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, access to the stadium is rather easy. Taking I-10 from the north, exit onto 48th Street, continue south until Alameda Drive, turn left and, voila, the southwestern facing stadium facade ...