Hilton Scottsdale Resort & Villas
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... there was a museum, and another large area of standing planes. All planed out, I scattered a few ashes as Nick was very fond of planes and I reckoned he would approve of the place and we left for Scottdale, Phoenix. It was a pretty boring drive on the interstate highway, with heavy traffic. We saw several accidents, one or two blow-outs and more policemen both having stopped people, in unmarked cars, and hiding in the bushes in the central reservation area than ...
... back on the bus and head north to Bacalar which is where we have to pay the bus fare. We get to the bus station and try to ask if there is an ATM nearby but no one understands English and we can't speak Spanish. Fortunately, the bus drivers were great about trying to understand us. Using hand signals and a few Spanish words that we knew, such as dinero, and showing our credit card, the bus drivers were able to understand we needed money. They got us ...
Sunday was our last day. As we were not leaving for the
airport until 3pm, we asked for a late checkout and were offered complimentary
use of their spa area for the day. This was an impressive facility with a 25m
pool and young ladies that came around every 15 mins to keep ...
Every tuesday evening the cinema has half price night so the four of us enjoyed a couple of good films the new James Bond and Robins first in 3D, the Life of Pi..it was a huge complex with 6 screens and both times we went only a handful of people were present..though even with so few people the smell of popcorn was overwhelming..
After all that sun and blue sky we were so upset to see three days of cloud ...
... We stayed for two days and had enough time for a golf game - first time since April. After stopping in Las Vegas to wash off our filthy motorhome we arrived in Gold Canyon, AZ. Before we parked, the neighbors already invited us over for beers, salsa, nacho's and dried peas with dip. It's what they do! It was 94 degrees.
Disappointingly, our Bell Expressview TV reception got zapped when we crossed the border and we weren't the ...
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