Carefree Resort & Conference Center
Travel Blogs from Carefree
... stopped by to see Suzanne Sharer and surprised her with lunch from Olive Garden. Both are very nice ladies and it was great to see them both again. Afterwards back up the 101 to the resort for a final evening of dinner and a few drinks before turning in later tonight and getting ready to head to the airport tomorrow morning.
Even though it was July, it was definitely worth it to come out here. Part of me is even seriously considering moving out here if the ...
... there. It started to warm up as the day progressed but still as everyone has told me you can have a good time here as long as you use some common sense during the peak of summer.
It also looks like some people have decided to do some golfing today. I'm not a golfer so I won't be out there but it's a bit cooler so far today so at least they have a chance to get a round in. The temperature never went above 100 here, which is unheard of for this time of the year. Later in ...
The news was not terribly brilliant on the RV...some spare parts needed that were going to be problematic to track down - but Brad the RV guy was confident that he'd have it sorted by the following morning. So it was back to the pool in the morning, while Ben continued to make friends with Gracie and Finlay, the Standrings' very friendly chocolate labs. ...
... worthy of 5 stars as I have not found fault with one thing with the resort. The service is top notch and the facilities are great, especially the spa.
Just before 1 pm I decided to head out for a leisurely drive and a stop for lunch at Sapporo in Scottsdale. This is the place I met some friends to have dinner on Saturday night and the place is worth coming to over and over again. Today I had some sushi and a couple ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center