FireSky Resort & Spa - a Kimpton Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... but quickly lost the lead. 4th quarter it was very tense as we were meters from a touchdown in the last 20secs, but it was intercepted! This meant our Hawks friends suddenly became very subdued and unhappy - especially as one guy had just lost $2,500 that he had bet with! We quickly made an exit before things got messy but it was a fab atmosphere, and made the 2hr30min journey to ...
... out. Decided not to crawl under said RV while on the shoulder and continued on. Reached Merrily's with no further problems and will crawl under the rig and attempt to dislodge the damned bag in the morning.
I'm currently ensconced in a recliner, Mac in lap, corresponding with friends, and keeping an eye on the opening ceremonies of the 2014 Olympics. No snow in sight except for what I've seen on TV. Life is good.
... br> You go to a hundred car shows and you will never be able to see the amount of cars they have here… (1400) it’s beside the point that they are also all for sale. You find them inside the halls, rows full in the tents: we did not see hundreds of amazing cars, we saw thousands of them. Good thing we had a whole week pass.
What we like:
- The real old cars like the old 1929 Duisenberg, Rolls Royce and Mercedes
... where Jack was sent when he came to the USA with the army so it was a little weird to think we are miles from home yet Jack could/ would have visited. We stop for 20 minutes just to stretch our legs and get a soft drink though. Our next stop would be Yuma, the first town over the Colorado river and the state line in Arizona, it has a retail park including a shopping mall etc, people were starting to want fruit etc after days of large portions of carbs. ...
We left the solace of our spot at Bar J RV park early and got on the road at a good time to avoid some of the Tucson morning traffic. It's a busy place, but tolerable compared to where we were headed.
The dash "air" worked until about ten o'clock, when we stopped at a Rest Area and engaged the generator and the coach air conditioner. The rest of the trip was in very nice cool conditions.