DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Paradise Valley - Scottsdale
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Swimming pool
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... hotels, fancy galleries, pricy jeweleries, posh eateries, bars, and a vast amount of souvenir shops of different kind.
It was interesting to watch the American tourists in contrast to the behavior of my Chinese bus group.
Downtown Scottsdale looks a bit artifical, similar to the some Middle East developments.
During rush hour I took the bus back to Roosevelt Row. Well, that was much less fun.
... will make it much more likely that you will fall short at both or change your cig habit with snacks. This could make you gain pounds and hurt your daily diet. Whilst you still work at weight damage desired goals, it is very important realize that you are going to inevitably encounter setbacks. Changes in lifestyle are never ever effortless, so you are nearly certain to struck a couple of bumps in the streets. The key is to plan in advance for events and ...
... nights with my brother, Charlie and his wife, Sharon (down for a visit from Oregon). We are staying in a 3 bdrm-3 bath villa on the beach, facing the Sea of Cortez … Viva Mexico! Then when Dan returns from Habersham, "Thumbs Up" Classic Car show Dec 7th, we head to southern California.
Oh, Danny Boy is at it again, couldn’t resist… had to have it, just absolutely had to have it… the newest member of the family! (And Woody agreed).
... is 111. By the time I get to the hotel, an artic cold front came through and it is a comfortable 109. "BUT IT'S A DRY HEAT" as they say.
I have not seen Henry yet because as everyone knows, Big Brothers get first dibs. Eric picked up Noah so he could meet his little brother. I'm sure he let Henry know that he will always be there for him. I will get my chance to see Anna and ...
... way to travel… so I rolled the wing out of the garage and geared up… for those of you out of the know, a rider who has lots of miles under his belt understands weather and how to layer up or an early ride, and then shed clothing as it warms… I was leaving the house at 58* (54* is the lower limit of the comfort zone) so that meant tee shirt, down vest and coat with gloves…
The freeways were quiet for the ride to ...