Arizona Grand Resort & Spa
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Up early, checked out then drove to a mall to grab a cheap and hearty food hall breakfast. Also a few more supplies for the road.
Hot already before leaving Yuma visited the Territorial Prison State Park. Not sure of the history but it was an interesting enough place. Would have stayed longer but getting too warm and I was keen to press on …
... desserts that look like something you would see on the Food Network and obviously could never make yourself. We are seated right next to the window with a view of the Halloween trees and order some "Exquisite Cocoas" aka hot chocolate with liquor served in a tall ice cream sundae glass topped with whipped cream and shaved chocolate! Uh can I have this every night for dinner please? Best cafe I've ever been to hand down. This is one of the top must dos in New York. ...
... It was ace! We had a couple of local pints before dropping Mariah home then went back to have some drinks at his, where we watched yet another film, 21 Jump Street (really funny if you haven't seen it) and then went to sleep. The original plan was to leave the next morning for Austin, but we wanted to spend another completely chilled out day in Phoenix so we planned to take a night bus there instead. So that morning we went to Tracy's hair salon at her request, so she could ...
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Michael Crow is president of ASU; he’s been there since 2002, coming from Columbia. NEWSWEEK (Aug 8, 2008) described Crow as “overseeing one of the most radical redesigns in higher learning since the modern research university took shape in 19th-century Germany.”
Crow intends to transform ASU into a metropolitan ...
... facade externally and a large main grandstand once you are inside. Seating is spacious with individual green plastic seats from beyond third base to home plate to well past first base. The lower level seating even goes beyond. The rest of the seats to the ends of both fields are standard bench aluminium which can get mighty warm if left unoccupied for a few minutes. If you have one of these seats, bring along a seat cushion.
The playing field faces northeast. ...
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