Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... cars in his lifetime, and was the sort of man who didn't fuss if he couldn't afford something. He got it anyway. Actually he seemed to get whatever he wanted in a rather arrogant way.
When he had glass put in the sitting room, he refused to move the flowerpots, so the glaziers had to cut round them, so the pots now poke through the windows.
He had a wife or three, and mistresses too; but there was a mysterious happening at his Wisconsin home when ...
Taking in the spring training games is a big draw for Phoenix. This is the Desert League and there are games all over the area. Not being Cubs or Angel fans we went to the game mainly to see the new Cubs park. Very nice with expensive beers and Chicago dogs. We found some better food in ...
... Delicious! We have covered a total distance of 1400 miles costing 100 dollars in petrol. The price of petrol is about 60 p a litre. Tomorrow will be our last full day which we intend to spend by the pool and soak up the sun. This will be the final blog entry - hope you enjoyed sharing our travels with ...
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January 13th-Sunday- Up to a cold 31 degrees! And when I looked on the porch I realized I had forgotten about my 4 pots of aloe that I had just planted!! They are a soggy pile of green this morning!!! Supposed to be 25 the next two nights!!! Warm Arizona!!! Red was over a couple of times- he is recovering from strep throat! We talked through the screen door to him! Watched the Patriot/Houston game (New England Patriot’s ...
From Flagstaff to Black Canyon City there's desert and more desert, then some more desert. (Dry, dry, dry, brown, brown, brown!) We climbed a BIG mountain...not sure the name of it, but our poor truck was feeling the pain. It was 95 degrees outside. If we hadn't reached the top when we did, we probably would have stopped to cool things down as the temperature gauge was beginning to look a little scary. Fortunately, as soon as we made it to the top and began descending, ...