DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Paradise Valley - Scottsdale
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... plan something fun for her so we took her to the Phoenix Children’s Museum. A good portion of our time is spent doing hikes and hanging out at playgrounds so I was excited to give her a chance to tinker around and play with toys again. Both the kids loved it! We didn’t pack a lunch so we needed to come up with a place to eat that was close and affordable so we sent Corey’s cousin Gina, who used to live there, a message and she helped us right away ...
... the sold sticker on.
- Some cars went really for a great deal … maybe next time we come we have to bring some money and come home with a car – I already have a wish list – especially on Tues and Wed
- As the time goes on, it’s amazing how much people pay for a ...
... escape from Moose Jaw for a few weeks. We played golf at Orange Tree and they joined us here for dinner. They send their best to the family.
Sometime in between those two events our bikes were stolen from the racks here at the condo - really sucks as they were our good bikes and I really liked mine. Oh, well, into such charmed lives a little rain must fall. Mac and Steph, as always , are very generous and have offered their ...
... I was going to say something I might regret so gave Phil the phone and he gave her a piece of his mind too. She kept saying that it messed up her life to and our answer is-NO! YOU messed up our lives. You are 100% responsible for what you did to you and to ME! I am still very ******. Now we find she is 88 years old and her husband is older. They have gotten a rental car and they are shopping for a new car - they are planning to continue driving! Phil says their license may ...
... big metal cages holding back sandy coloured falling rocks and a very windy steep road down..towards el centro...
as we descended the change in environment was amazing ..we quickly reached almost sea level again and boulders and mountains gave way to flat fields of crops and green trees being fed by the Alamo river from the north..... long straight roads seemed to cross the highway and go to nowhere... small houses and farms ...