Arizona Grand Resort & Spa
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At the water park, it's hot hot hot! Dinner at RR, a cowboy saloon and restaurant up high overlooking the city, fabulous views. Slide to get in, live music, rattle snake in a box (stuffed), but a very real bull at the entrance! Cowboy fare and cotton candy for pud. Hat hook to hang your hat while you eat, what more can the Chivers family …
Ok, so day 1.
Pluses; We eventually got here, it's hot.
Big plus; We have a fantastic suite overlooking water park.
Minuses; delay in flying, very long flight (by end I was mentally scrubbing Australia off my list of places to visit) long queue at passport control on arrival (although Isaac fell asleep on floor & a sympathetic …
The pizza before sleep last night did not "set the body clock" as promised by a travel magazine and we were up at 4 am. Kind hubby went out for donuts ( well we are in America!)
I'm not entirely sure how we ended up on holiday in Arizona but this place is tops. The sun came out, it's glorious. In the distance are mountains and palm trees line …
We drove to Phoenix in the morning and met the Lahrs for lunch at Trilogy. We are all disappointed they cannot join us on our cruise as originally planned. After lunch we drove to our hotel, the Holiday Inn Express where we stayed in July. We had something to eat at the Hilton Garden Inn next door and had an early evening since we leave at 4:00 AM for the airport. We really like this ...
... Not only was the food good, but we had a server who not only knew about the coots and mallards begging for food, but also knew people from Bemidji, MN. She knows them because hunt for elk in Colorado and she works at the two different elk camps where they hunt.
After lunch, we went in search of the Crystal Hot Springs north of the lake. It was paved a few miles and then we were on gravel roads. As we approached ...
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