Chaparral Suites Scottsdale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I went with Sandy to pick up her grand daughter, Gabby and took her to volleyball training. Went to Toms Thumb for coffee and then took the girls back to their summer school.
Sandy and I both went and had haircuts and Rob went shopping on his own.
Dinner at Isabell's kitchen - an Italian restaurant up the road from Sandy's with her friends Maryanne & Jerry - lovely couple and a great night was had by ...
Isn't it amazing how you can be suddenly struck by the bleedin' obvious and can't imagine why it's never occurred to you before. We were relaxing in the hot tub on Wednesday evening after a hectic day sleeping in the hotel's water park. Naturally, the G&T club was in session to help kick start the relaxation process. Then, in a flash, it suddenly came to me. The reason why I'm so partial to the occasional Gin. It's in my ...
... fantastic Mexican spots which I'm not sure which one was better. Los Reyes de la Torta, where August ate El Rey - steak, chicken, pork, ham, chorizo, and even hot dog. I think it had more but I'm not sure. We all had natural fruit juices. It's great going to these places with a big group, especially Ruben as he is a taster - which I am also. A taster is someone who wants to taste everyone else's food and plans ...
... before eating lunch after 2 pm. when we missed the raptor live release.
We left 3-ish and the traffic was worst at Tuscon and later in Phoenix. We stopped at Casa Grande for a quick visit with Roger and Sandra Ebata. They drive their huge motor home there and we caught them as they were taking off for a hockey game in Phoenix.It has been a very long time since we saw them!
Dinner was Chinese food - way better vegetables than we get at home.
... stories and activity of the Peels and their cohorts; we visited unique areas of Phoenix, shared fascinating histories with the Park's residents, swam laps and lifted weights, and were exposed to the arts of lapidary (rock polishing for making things like jewelry) and expert woodwork, just a few of the many perks included in the fee for Park residents. It ...